When An Island Shuts Down: Aruba & the National Emergency Library

On March 15, the small island nation of Aruba, part of the Dutch Caribbean, closed its borders to visitors. Cruise ships packed with tourists stopped coming. Casinos, libraries and schools shut their doors, as Aruba’s 110,000 residents locked down to halt the spread of COVID-19. That’s when the Biblioteca Nacional Aruba (National Library of Aruba) … Continue reading When An Island Shuts Down: Aruba & the National Emergency Library