FamilySearch COVID-19 Updates
FamilySearch is following the lead of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, governments and healthcare professionals around the world as it considers a measured return to normal operating procedures disrupted by COVID-19.
In all cases, ample caution is being strictly applied to ensure the safety and well-being of guests, staff, and volunteers and to prevent the spread of the pandemic.
Which FamilySearch services or functions have begun phases of reintegration?
The Family History Library (Updated 8 June 2021)
The Library will reopen 6 July 2021 (See FamilySearch Family History Library Reopening).
is offering free online genealogy consultations to assist patrons with their genealogical research. See the "Helpful Resources" below for additional research tools while waiting for the Library to reopen.
Visit the Family History Library website for more services and information.
FamilySearch Family History Centers and Libraries (Updated 8 June 2021)
FamilySearch’s family history centers and libraries have been asked to consider the direction of their local and government leaders and then make informed decisions about opening their facilities. Guests should call ahead to verify the status of their local center.
We appreciate your understanding and encourage you to use the vast genealogical resources available at FamilySearch.org to continue your family discoveries.
In addition to searching records, you can find assistance in locating, reading, and interpreting records. You can ask questions, share your expertise with others, and collaborate with people who are familiar with or seeking help with records in various areas of the world.
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