Coronavirus: Free reusable cloth masks from the Jacksonville Public Library

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. —

If you need a second mask, the Jacksonville Public Library is giving out free, reusable cloth masks.

Thanks to the Duval County Health Department, a library spokesperson said they have given out nearly 2,000 cloth masks since December.

The masks can be washed and worn 15 times.

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You can pick up a free cloth mask at any library branch.

The free masks are available to people who have a library card and those who do not.

If you are interested, library staff can help you get signed up for a free library card as well.

The library hopes to give out thousands of masks to the community to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.

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