MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Several libraries in Hennepin County will reopen before the end of the year, but not all of them.

The Hennepin County Board of Commissioners approved a reopening plan that will allow 24 libraries to reopen with restrictions so as to reduce the spread of COVID-19. Meanwhile, nine libraries will remain closed. One of them, East Lake library, was damaged during the nights of unrest following George Floyd’s death.

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The list of libraries slated to reopen this year include:

— Arvonne Fraser
— Augsburg Park
— Brookdale
— Edina
— Excelsior
— Franklin
— Hopkins
— Nokomis
— Northeast
— North Regional
— Oxboro
— Penn Lake
— Rockford Road
— Rogers
— St. Louis Park
— Sumner
— Walker
— Champlin
— Maple Plain
— Minneapolis Central
— St. Anthony
— Southdale
— Wayzata
— and Westonka.

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The libraries that won’t open this year are:

— East Lake
— Golden Valley
— Linden Hills
— Long Lake
— Minnetonka
— Osseo
— Pierre Bottineau
— Roosevelt
— and St. Bonifacius.

Libraries in Hennepin County closed due to the pandemic in mid-March. Later, eight locations reopened in April for curbside pickup. Those locations were Brooklyn Park, Eden Prairie, East Lake, Maple Grove, Plymouth, Ridgedale, Washburn and Webber Park.

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County officials have yet to decide on how the libraries will be staffed, as they will be operating at reduced capacity due to state COVID-19 guidelines.