Cincinnatis can expect to get their library back this weekend after a lengthy shutdown.
The city’s public library is scheduled to reopen this weekend, with the city’s new director of libraries telling WCPO News 4 that she will be there to help get it back to normal.
The temporary shutdown of the public library was announced on March 13.
The library was shut down for nearly three weeks in May after a massive ransomware attack, and reopened for two weeks last month after a new director was installed.
The library reopened again in October after the city was hit with an unprecedented amount of ransomware infections.