How are you making wifi available to patrons while closed?

Most libraries are leaving their wifi on and available to people outside of their library (e.g. in their cars).  Some libraries are going beyond that and adding more access points to that drive-up wifi is readily available. This enables patrons to remain quarantined in their car while still ensuring they can get the information they need from the Internet.  

In Illinois, they are deploying WiFi-enabled buses and taking them out into neighborhoods as temporary hotspots.

If your library is not being allowed to provide WiFi for people in your parking lot....does anyone have some material they could share with authorities to change their minds about disallowing that practice.  Really seems wrong-headed to not allow libraries to provide this very minimal service even if it means a few more drive-bys are needed by law enforcement.