Fuengirola keeps residents busy with electronic book loan on the Costa del Sol

Fuengirola library Credit: Descubriendo Fuengirola

FUENGIROLA KEEPS RESIDENTS BUSY WITH ELECTRONIC BOOK LOAN ON THE COSTA DEL SOL

COUNCILLOR for Culture of Fuengirola, Rodrigo Romero, has announced that the municipal libraries have an electronic book loan service. It is a service that these they have been performing for years, but which may be of interest to a larger audience during this period of isolation imposed by the health alert situation in the country.

“Given the situation we are experiencing, we decided last week to close the libraries. Logically, face-to-face loans were suspended, but not online. Possibly, there are many people who did not know it, but, given the need to stay home we want to promote this alternative in order to offer the population this means of distracting themselves during these days of isolation”, explained Romero.

To do this, you must be registered as a user of the municipal library network. If not, it can be requested by phone at 952 47 48 00, where the service managers will offer all the necessary information to access the e-book loan, which logically does not require physical presence, just have an Internet connection.

Likewise, Romero has indicated that the face-to-face loans that were made prior to the closing of the libraries will be returned after the reopening of the facilities, as soon as the Alarm State ends.

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