You can check yourself using the Catalog: https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog
Make sure you are logged into your FamilySearch account beforehand, otherwise you may get misleading results (as a general rule, FS users who are not logged in are not allowed to access historical records).
If you see a symbol of a camera and a key, click on it and it will explain how you are able to see the records.
If you encounter records you cannot access, you can use the FHL lookup service: https://www.familysearch.org/en/wiki/FHL_Lookup_Services
Just in case you are not aware ...
The main "Family History Library" (FHL) of the Church in 'Temple Square' in 'Salt Lake City' in 'Utah' in the 'United States of America' is currently "Closed" due to the "COVID-19" Pandemic.
Family History Library Closure
As an aside ...
Along with the main FHL of the Church, the "Family History Centres" (FHCs) of the Church, all around the World, are ALSO "Closed" due to the "COVID-19" Pandemic.
I know that this does not help, I just wanted to make sure you were aware.
Most of those locked images will be available to view at a Family History Center near you, as soon as they are open again.
Thanks! I thought i'd ask since my ward FH Consultant was thinking it was just closed to the public.
Are they open now? June 2022, and are they available digitally from familysearch.org? Thank you.