By Bria Brown

(CBS DETROIT) – The Detroit Public Library is now offering a free laptop renting program for adults.

This comes as libraries have limited hours due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Laptops must be reserved in advance and guests must go in-person to any open Detroit Public Library branch or the mobile library to reserve a laptop, according to the Detroit Public Library.

Adults with a library card can check out a computer for 90 days.

A free flash drive will also be given out for users to keep and a $500 replacement fee is required if the property is lost or damaged.

Guests will be notified when it’s ready for pick-up.

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