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Facilities at UW-Madison reopening gradually

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MADISON (WKOW) -- Some facilities at UW-Madison that have been closed since March due to the COVID-19 pandemic are reopening on a limited basis.

Everyone who visits these campus sites will need to wear a mask or face covering and abide by social distancing guidelines.

  • Allen Centennial Garden is now open 12.5 hours each week. Interested visitors to the 2.5-acre garden may visit to learn more about public hours, safety requirements and how to reserve time in the garden.
  • Memorial Library is also open in a limited capacity, weekdays from 9 a.m. to noon, to UW–Madison faculty, staff and graduate students. The library has limited the number of patrons to 50 per day, by appointment only. The library is offering self-service catalog access, limited self-service scanning and materials check out. Memorial Library also continues to offer pick-up by appointment services weekdays, 1-5 p.m.. Laptops may also be checked out at Memorial weekdays, 1-5 p.m., no appointment necessary. UW–Madison plans to open additional libraries on a limited basis later this month. Visit for updates.
  • The Chazen Museum of Art will reopen to the public on July 14 for limited hours Tuesday-Friday. Only the first and second floors of the Chazen building will be open to visitors at this time. Beginning on Friday, July 10, interested visitors will be able to reserve a time to visit the museum through the Chazen website.

The university says campus child care facilities reopened last week with additional safety procedures. Those are Eagle's Wing, UW Child Development Lab and Waisman Early Childhood Program.

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