JFK Library Employees End Self Quarantine with No Symptoms
-- The JFK Library and Museum will remain closed to the public until further notice --
Boston MA – As an update to the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum’s March 14 announcement that two Library employees were potentially exposed to coronavirus, Library officials are pleased to report that neither employee has developed symptoms of the illness following a 14-day self-quarantine period ending today. The Library has been working with public health officials to ensure all proper health measures are taken and as an extra precaution, will complete a deep cleaning of its facilities already underway.
The Museum will continue to be closed to visitors until further notice. All forums and other public and private events held at the Library will not occur; some events may be rescheduled to a later date if possible. School visits and other education programs scheduled during the closure will be cancelled.
The building will continue to be staffed by security officers and maintenance workers during the closure. Library artifacts and exhibits will be safe and maintained.
The Library is coordinating its response with state and local health officials and the National Archives. The Library will update any changes on its website along with its social media channels.
About the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum
The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum is one of 14 presidential libraries administered by the National Archives and Records Administration and supported, in part, by the Kennedy Library Foundation, a non-profit organization.
About the JFK Library Foundation
The John F. Kennedy Library Foundation is a 501(c)(3), non-profit organization founded in 1984 to provide financial support, staffing, and creative resources for the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, a presidential library administered by the National Archives and Records Administration. The Kennedy Presidential Library and the Kennedy Library Foundation seek to promote, through educational and community programs, a greater appreciation and understanding of American politics, history, and culture, the process of governing and the importance of public service.
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