5 Double Date Ideas in Atlanta

If you and your partner are trying to spice up your dates, or you have a friend group you want to hang out with more often, you came to the right place. Double dates are a great way to bring a new interesting dynamic into your everyday couple life. And, in Atlanta, there is a huge variety of activities and fun to be had in larger groups. Check out these five double date ideas for when you and your two friends who are dating are in Atlanta.

Visit the Atlanta Botanical Gardens

The beautiful botanical gardens in Atlanta are worth a visit. The gardens have several different exhibits, and there’s a guide online where you can build your own romantic adventure. This is a lot of fun to do with another couple so that you can have an easier flow of conversation. 

Get Competitive with some Indoor Go-Karting

Who doesn’t love to go head-to-head with another couple to prove who’s the best? Andretti Karting is the place to go in Atlanta for your go-karting needs. This double date is a more adventurous and fun one, but you can also count on having some high quality conversations over drinks after the race is over.

Have a picnic at Perkerson Park

Picnics are another great way to create lively conversation and have fun as a group. Bring along some board games, and homemade sandwiches and drinks for a fun time. There are also some hiking trails to visit if you want to get active on your double date. 

Go on a Scavenger Hunt to find all of the Tiny Hidden Doors

The Tiny Hidden Doors in Atlanta is possibly one of the most fun and cute things to do. Created by Karen Anderson, the doors are a fun art project that take you on an insider’s look of the city.  

Listen to the Atlantic Symphony Orchestra

For the music lovers out there- the ASO is a world-renowned orchestra. Dress up with your friends and head out for a night of relaxing music, and maybe tag on a dinner to it as well to discuss how great the music was.


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Inexpensive Date Ideas in San Francisco

It’s hard to put together a great date on its own, but on a budget, it’s even more difficult. If you live in San Francisco, and need some date ideas that you can use for an inexpensive, yet fun date night, read on!

Explore the food trucks

This cute area with plenty of food truck is a great cheap date idea; you’ll be spending a fairly small amount of money for some great food, and supporting local businesses. Spark Social is known for being a community hub in San Francisco, and collaborates with over 150 local food trucks to provide a beautiful, comforting atmosphere.

Visit a beach

It’s summer! Grab your beach towels and umbrellas, and head out for a warm beach day. You can also pack a lunch as a romantic picnic if you want to save money on food. There are some great beaches for swimming if you want to cool down, but you can also visit one like Baker Beach, which has gorgeous views of the Golden Gate Bridge. 

View the murals

Another great activity that is free in San Francisco is seeing the beautiful murals that artists paint across town. We recommend visiting Balmy Alley located in the Mission District of the city. These murals are constantly changing, making it a fun date activity to revisit the following year. While you’re there, this might be a great place to grab some pictures of you and your date.

Go to the Cherry Blossom Festival

San Francisco’s cherry blossoms are the place to be in Spring. Japantown has all of the gorgeous cherry blossoms, and you can see them for free! The Japanese Tea Gardens and the San Francisco Botanical Gardens also feature cherry blossoms. This is a cute picture spot, in addition to a romantic walk through the city. The best dates are the ones where you get to spend quality time with your date, so use this as an opportunity to have a meaningful conversation. 

Stroll down Lover’s Lane

Going outside is always a great way to have an inexpensive date. Lover’s Lane is the place to have an intimate romantic moment in the city. The trail is an easy hike- only 0.6 miles. There’s also a beautiful bridge to grab some pictures on. This is a great short date that might be best complemented with some coffee or ice cream to add to the good vibes.


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16 Best Date Spots in Denver

Hello Denver! We are finally launched in Colorado! We are excited to bring you our Phoenix date ideas that will help you and your partner with the next date night! Find some double date friends via our app to check out some of these places.

Morning, Breakfast & Brunch: 8 AM - 12 PM

Delectable Egg

Breakfast at Delectable Egg in Denver is a not-to-miss. Their menu features all of the classic American-style breakfast options, including scrambled eggs, omelets, crepes, waffles, pancakes, and so much more. With several locations around Denver, Delectable Egg is a great choice for its casual diner-like atmosphere.

Crema Coffeehouse

Another great place to head to for a casual morning date is Crema Coffeehouse for a steaming hot (or iced) cup of joe. The coffee is made from an expertly roasted recipe, and there’s also fresh food made daily, in case you want a pastry to go along with your coffee. The prices are also exceptionally reasonable at Crema.

Rocky Mountain Wildlife Refuge

If you and your partner are animal lovers, head to Rocky Mountain Wildlife Refuge to see some native wildlife. From bison to prairie dogs, there is a huge variety of beautiful animals to see. You can also get your morning steps in as you walk along the trails to enjoy the refuge.

Four Friends Kitchen

Who doesn’t love brunch? Four Friends Kitchen has one of the best brunches you can find in Denver. FFK’s menu features a Southern charming brunch with various standard breakfast and lunch options, too. The Southern-inspired restaurant is more of a contemporary-style restaurant with a bar.

Afternoon, Lunch: 12 PM- 4 PM

Little India

Spice up your afternoon with a little bit of Indian cuisine. With an all-you-can-eat buffet, Little India has plenty of vegetarian and non vegetarian options, as well as a bar. They focus on producing delicious authentic Indian dishes.

Go Fish Sushi

With a complete sushi bar and a kitchen serving up entrees, Go Fish Sushi is the go-to place for sushi in Denver. The restaurant is a more easy going lunch spot with a drive-through as well, in case you and your partner enjoy staying at home for your lunch plans. 

Denver Botanical Gardens

Denver is full of beautiful sights to see, and one of the things at the top of that list is the Denver Botanical Gardens. There are 18 different sites to see within the gardens, including a cactus garden, a green roof, and internationally-inspired gardens, too. Make sure to purchase your tickets in advance!

Roll Denver

Roll is a monthly themed skating event with a lights and sound show accompanied with skate rental. There’s also karaoke and dancing and it is relatively inexpensive to attend. The party occurs every third Friday of the month.

Evening, Dinner: 4 PM - 8 PM


Take a two hour masterclass at Candeleria to explore candle making with your partner before heading out to a nice dinner. The candles you make will set overnight and you can take them home as a keepsake. This makes for a really cute couples night out!

Root Down

With both indoor and outdoor dining available, Root Down is a high energy restaurant with American-style cuisine. Expect a more upscale atmosphere, as this establishment offers more high-end menu items.

Lakeside Amusement Park

One of the most popular evening date spots in Denver is Lakeside Amusement Park. This park features exciting roller coasters, a 140-foot drop tower, a train that goes around the lake in the park with mountain views, and much more. You can also bring some food and have a picnic for dinner.

Olive and Finch Eatery

The local neighborhood eatery, Olive and Finch, is another lovely dinner spot. This is a more casual option with an all-day menu, meaning you can grab breakfast for dinner. With plenty of sandwiches, burritos, and hash options, Olive and Finch has delicious food accompanied by a casual homely atmosphere.

After Hours, Drinks & Small Bites: 8 PM - 12 AM

The Corner Office

This restaurant and martini bar is great for grabbing a late night drink; they’re only open till 9 PM though, so be sure to head in a bit earlier. The modern comfort restaurant is a more upscale spot with a sleek bustling interior.

Escape Works

A little bit of competitiveness is fun on an evening date. Put your minds together to work through an escape room at Escape Works. With over 3000 five star ratings on Facebook, Escape Works is a recognized establishment for its difficult yet fun escape rooms. 

Little Man Ice Cream

A great way to continue a successful dinner date is to go out for ice cream. And, Little Man Ice Cream is just the place to be in Denver. With a line often out of the door, Little Man Ice Cream is a well known shop for its shape as well- like a milk jug. Ice cream makes for a magical ending to your date night.

Williams & Graham

This speakeasy bar is all about comfort and craft, hiding behind a mock bookstore. With delicious drinks and light fare, in 2018, Williams & Graham was named one of the top 23 secret bars in the world. The gorgeous bar is all about the experience.


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Miami Date Ideas to Visit with your Date This Week

Sunny Miami! We have finally launched in this wonderful city! These are some of the best Miami date ideas that we have found that even locals love! Find some new friends on our app and check these places out.

Morning, Breakfast & Brunch: 8 AM - 12 PM

Pura Vida Miami

Pura Vida is a health-focused brand that cares deeply about sustainability and social responsibility. They offer all-day breakfast, acai bowls, smoothies, and other sustainable healthy options for food. You don’t have to be a health-focused individual to enjoy the food at Pura Vida, so head over to grab your beautiful-looking breakfast with your partner today!

Knaus Berry Farm

Another great way to wake up is to go strawberry picking at the Knaus Berry Farm. When the weather is just right in Miami (aka November-mid April), this is a romantic morning spot to visit. The farm also offers small bites to eat, including pies and other sweet treats.

Cafe Bastille

This French cafe is absolutely incroyable (incredible). Inspired by Paris, France, its brunch menu is filled with delicious French pastries. They also offer crepes, and, of course, the standard brunch needs- bottomless mimosas, sangria, and more. It’s a great aesthetic place to hit in the morning with your partner.

Swan Miami 

Located in the heart of Miami's Design District, Swan is an indoor/ outdoor dining destination from hospitality mavens David Grutman and Pharrell Williams. It is a tres chic spot, offering European-style cuisine & a bar in a leafy space with a sidewalk cafe. 

Afternoon, Lunch: 12 PM- 4 PM


Explore the largest subtropical wilderness with a tour guide in the afternoon. Though it can be a little muggy, the Everglades have plenty for you and your partner to explore and activities to participate in, including, but not limited to, biking, hiking, bird watching, and kayaking.

Super Blue

This mirrored labyrinth is a beautiful and Instagram-worthy spot to have an afternoon date. Explore the different artworks with your partner and then grab a bite to eat at the Blue Rider Cafe.

Bombay Darbar

To add a little bit of spice to your afternoon, visit Bombay Darbar, an authentic Indian experience. They offer a lunch special, which you should definitely check out, and a huge variety of vegetarian and nonvegetarian options. You can also celebrate an anniversary or birthday here with some cake or wine; they’ll store it for you for a small fee.


If you’re looking for another side of Asian food, check out Enya, an Asian bistro. From snacks, to sushi & sashimi, to rice and noodle dishes, Enya has basically anything you could want from an Asian cuisine menu. You can also order catering or get delivery through their online platform, in case you have a lunch party or just want to have a chill night in with your partner. 

Evening, Dinner: 4 PM - 8 PM

Top Golf

This fan favorite spot across the US is just as great in Miami. Play some golf atop balconies, watch beautiful lights shine during the evening times, and eat some great American-style food with your partner, or other coupled friends!

East Hotels

Having a staycation is arguably one of the most romantic dates you can have with your partner. If you’re looking for luxury, East Hotels is for you. This hotel made the Conde Nast Traveler Gold List in 2022, and is a great place to hit up for dinner as well, as their restaurant is a huge hit, too.

Taquiza Tacos

If you’re looking for a more casual dinner spot, Taquiza Tacos is the perfect place to hit! Feel free to get delivery if you’re looking for a night in. Their menu offers a huge variety of different tacos and margaritas at a fairly affordable price.

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After Hours, Drinks & Small Bites: 8 PM - 12 AM


Bowling, skating, drinking, dancing- you can find all of this and more at the Basement Miami. Though the nightclub is temporarily closed, the skate rink is lively with color-changing illuminations all around the place, and a great menu so you and your partner can munch on snacks. 

Mary Coin Laundry and Deli

If you’re looking for a more lowkey spot to hit for after hours, Mary Coin Laundry and Deli is open 24/7 for your snacking needs! They offer a nice variety of Cuban food and drinks. Mary Coin Laundry and Deli offer outdoor seating, making for a great casual dining experience.

Coyo Taco

Located in South Miami, Coyo Taco is a great Mexican restaurant to hit up late hours. For about $9-10, you can get up to two tacos, with all sorts of different combinations and varieties. They also offer burritos, salads, quesadillas, desserts, and, of course, the classic margaritas.

Versailles Restaurant

Versailles Restaurant has been the world’s most famous Cuban restaurant. They have an incredibly large selection of dining options, so you can get basically anything you would like. It’s also a fan favorite of Miami, so be sure to check it out!

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As great as San Francisco is, it’s still a big city that can be hard to make friends with. We are hoping Couplr can provide the opportunity for locals to get to know locals and their city even better. We hope it also serves as a way for visitors to create memories and connections with! 

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Music Festivals & Architecture: Check Out Chicago this September!

As the weather starts to cool down, new events are coming to the Chicago area! Live music festivals in local parks, house music showcases, and architecture exhibits allow for plenty of ways to find fun in the city. As such, many of these events are taking place in safe, considerate spaces that have your health in mind. Many of them are even outside! As Fall rolls in, take a look at some of the awesome upcoming events in the area.

Enjoy Some Music

first, from August 19th – September 19th, Chicago In Tune is bringing music all around the Chicago area for the 2021 Year of Chicago Music. As part of this event, DCASE is presenting new and revolutionized programs in Millennium Park. There are four planned evenings from 5:30 to 8:30pm at the Jay Pritzker Pavilion. They are themed around honoring music that has its roots in Chicago. These dates are:

  • 9/03/2021 – Gospel
  • 9/04/2021 – Jazz
  • 9/11/2021 – House
  • 9/18/2021 – Blues

Looking for more Jazz beyond the DCASE programs? Similarly to last year, take a look at the Hyde Park Jazz Festival! From Sept. 25-26, enjoy artists such as Corey Wilkes’ Improvised Soul Projekt featuring Megan McNeal & Kahil El Zabar, John Wojciechowski Quartet featuring Xavier Davis, Tomeka Reid & Regina Carter, and Isaiah Collier’s 3-6 Project featuring JD Allen. Visit the Hyde Park Jazz Festival website to see more information as it is announced! 

Are you maybe more of a House fan? House City is a 10-part event series that has been running throughout the summer celebrating the neighborhoods that helped create the House music genre more than 35 years ago. In September, they have two events:

  • 9/12/2021 – South Shore, 1:00 pm – 6:00 pm – DJs Torin Edmond, Rae Chardonnay, and DK Kobe One Kenobi
  • 9/19/2021 – Bronzeville, 3:00 pm to 9:00 pm – DJs Mike Dunn, Daryll Mellowman, and JStar

Learn about Local Architects

Live music festivals may not be your thing, but maybe try a day in Chicago’s architecture! In 2021, the famous Chicago architect and style icon Helmut Jahn passed away. He collected almost every architectural award during his career and challenged modernist orthodoxy. Some of his buildings that you may be familiar with include the Michigan City Public Library, the James R. Thompson Center, and the Sony Center in Berlin. The Chicago Architecture Center is holding an exhibit with photography, models, and sketches to help us learn more about this innovator’s creative and engineering processes. From the United Terminal at O’Hare to the Joe and Rika Mansueto Library, Helmut Jahn’s work is provocative and adventurous. 

Overall, music festivals and architecture are not hard to find in Chicago. However, if they both are not interesting to you, then stay tuned for more events! Meanwhile, please continue to stay safe while stepping out! To stay updated on the latest and most accurate information related to COVID-19, please refer to https://www.cdc.gov/

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Smelling Flowers to Grabbing a Brew: April Chicago Events

As the weather continues to warm up, many of us are looking to get out and safely attend events. There are many things popping up during this time of year. From flower shows to pop-ups, the city is starting to host more things around town. From smelling flowers to grabbing a brew, we have a list of great ideas to get out and enjoy these April events.

Visit a Spring Flower Show

Spring brings us blooming flowers, meaning that there are multiple spring flower shows to visit around the city. The Garfield Park Conservatory has the show “Saturation,” which focuses on giving attendees a look at flowers with a focus on color. The color-grouped flowers showcase an amazing range of hues and provide a dazzling visual. Lincoln Conservatory also has decided to choose a color-based show, the “Pretty in Pink” flower show has a wide range of flowers showing off rosy tints. Whichever flower show you attend, the pops of color are a much-needed welcome back into nature for many of us.


Grab Some Beers and Art at a Pop-up

Looking to support local? Chicago Craft: A Collective Grip is the perfect weekly event for you. Presented by Jeppson’s at the Cobra Lounge, you can get your alcoholic fix here while perusing merch and art. You can either build your own six-pack from local breweries, or instead grab some craft cocktails to-go by local bartenders. Of course, as a Jeppson’s event, it wouldn’t be complete without the offering of Malört shots. Beyond all of this alcohol, however, is the opportunity to look at vintage riot fest merch and local band merch. Local artists are featured every week, allowing you to peruse their works and potentially bring one home. If you are feeling lucky, you can enter for one of the raffles and giveaways as well! Masks are required and a limited number of people are allowed in the lounge at a time to ensure safety.

April Chicago events

Get Nerdy

If smelling flowers or grabbing a brew don’t seem your catch, consider going to the Marvel: Universe of Super Heroes exhibit! This MSI exhibit shows off over 300 items that take you into Marvel’s long history. You can see everything here from costumes and props from the movies to very first published Marvel comic from 1939. More of a gamer? Check out Nom Nom: 40 Years of Pac-Man Design and History at the Chicago Gamespace! This exhibit celebrates the yellow hungry character’s 40th anniversary, exploring the evolution and history behind this iconic game. 

April Chicago Events

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Springing into Art: April 2021 Art Events

April truly marks that Spring has arrived! With many becoming vaccinated, people are itching to get out and go to a safe event. Luckily, April marks a huge array of art events in the Chicago area. You can attend these safely planned events with dates or friends! Read on to see some events that have caught our eyes!

Art Institute of Chicago – Monet and Chicago

The Art Institute of Chicago always has exciting exhibits! For instance, current exhibits include the vivid Bisa Butler: Portraits exhibition and the gorgeous Cosmoscapes: Ink Paintings by Tai Xiangzhou. Most recently, they have opened the exhibition Monet and Chicago, running through June 14th. Chicago has a long-running history with the artist Monet, and this beautiful collection explores that relationship. This is a must-see event if you are interested in this unique history and/or Impressionist art! 

Monet and Chicago

Art on the MART

This beautiful outdoor event is continuing this year, and ties into our last submission! While they have a few projects they are implementing this year, they are collaborating with the Art Institute of Chicago to project iconic pieces by Monet. For example, Water Lilies and Stacks of Wheat on theMART will be paired with “Clair de Lune” by Claude Debussy. In addition, they are doing a collaboration with the institute on their exhibition with Bisa Butler as well! Find out more here!

Art Mart

The Womanish Experience

Womanish is a unique installation within a 40,000 square foot space that celebrates and examines the feminine perspective. Moreover, it is an interactive space that lets you explore beautifully designed spaces that also make you think. This is a culturally-inclusive and gender non-conforming experience, challenging you to think about the intersections of gender and race. Look here for more details!

The Womanish Experience

WNDR Museum

The WNDR Museum is reopening with new safety measures. As a result, you can once again experience their interactive exhibitions safely! These installations are thought-provoking and inspiring, allowing you to physically experience the space in a unique way. Their new opening will include 20+ totally new touchless installations to allow for safe art experiences. The installations will include pieces from artists like Keith Haring, Barbara Kruger, and Alex Israel. To buy tickets and learn more, check out the WNDR Museum website!

WNDR Museum

Steppenwolf NOW

Looking to stay home, or looking for a performance? The Steppenwolf NOW virtual stage has six stories of different length and style. They were thoughtfully crafted for a virtual experience. The stage includes pieces such as Wally World (a two-act radio play); Duchess, Duchess, Duchess! (a filmed play); and I am Not your Perfect Mexican Daughter (an audio adaptation). Through their virtual membership, you can watch all Steppenwolf NOW productions anytime from any device through August 31! Look here for more information.

Steppenwolf NOW

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Chicago Restaurant Week 2021: Explore New Food & Support Local

From March 19th – April 4th is Chicago Restaurant Week! During this special time of year, 250+ eateries are open for you to explore. Many showcase special deals and menus for you to try. All restaurants are offering multi-course meals priced at $25 for brunch/lunch, and options between $39 and $55 for dinner menus. To accommodate the special circumstances this year, all locations have listed if they offer indoor, outdoor, delivery, and/or takeout options so you can dine whichever way is most comfortable for you! Take a look at all of the restaurants here and make your reservation, or pick from our list of suggested stops!


This Mediterranean-inspired location has seen great success under Chef Perry Hendrix and the James Beard award-winning Chef Paul Kahan. They have two different locations for you. First, their Avec River North location offers a delicious menu including their well-known chorizo-stuffed medjool dates with bacon and piquillo pepper-tomato sauce! The menu also includes olives, ciabatta, brussels sprouts, paella, confit chicken with escargot sausage and mussels, and a raspberry rose tart. For this location, there are only dine-in options. However, for those of you looking to do delivery or take out, you can look not far to the Avec West Loop location for the same menu! Find more information here.



Ina Mae Tavern & Packaged Goods

Ina Mae Tavern is a refreshing taste of New Orleans right to Bucktown. It is owned by the Pioneer Tavern Group and led by Executive Chef Brian Jupiter. You have options with this menu including items like fried catfish or blackened shrimp with cheese grits. Ending this meal with praline beignets is perfection, and we highly recommend you give this place a try. Ina Mae Tavern & Packaged Goods is offering indoor and outdoor seating as well as takeout or delivery, letting you and your group celebrate this food together in whatever way is most comfortable!

Ina Mae Tavern


Looking for something a little bit romantic for your dinner? Monteverde in the West Loop run by Top Chef alum Sarah Gruenberg is absolutely the place to go. This restaurant is usually a place fostering the Italian shared-dish dining. However, it’s four-course family-style menu will bring that experience straight to your home. This menu includes a salad, pasta course, main course, and dessert. Almost all of the courses come with multiple options including vegetarian and gluten-free alternatives. Find out more here!

Regardless of which restaurant you choose to celebrate Chicago Restaurant Week, remember there are many ways you can enjoy these meals with others safely. Whether picking up take out and meeting up at a park, or enjoying these meals over video calls together, do whatever feels safe for you and follow suggested guidelines!



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Spring Date Ideas

It’s Almost March: Spring Date Ideas in Chicago

March arriving also signals the beginning of a season change! As we start feeling temperatures warming up along with vaccines rolling out in larger numbers, many of us are restless to get outside. Luckily, there are a handful of things starting up that will help you hold out until those summer temperatures in the area! Read on for some Spring date ideas!

Farmers’ Markets

Spring means the beginning of amazing farmers markets throughout the city. While the traditional Maxwell Street Market will remain closed for now, there are other options for still enjoying fresh, local greens. Green City Market has online delivery or curbside pickup so that you can order the delicious produce right to your home. Plant Chicago is also offering delivery, CSA, and pickup options so that you can enjoy your favorite local vendors safely. Plan pickups or deliveries with your friends and share the great recipes you come up with from your local ingredients!

Spring date ideas
Spring date ideas in chicago

Plant Nursery Visit/Workshops

The wave of home DIY interest has led many of us to get our hands back into the soil too. While online plant ordering has boomed over the pandemic, there are many local options where you don’t have to worry about your plant getting too shocked through shipping. Garden centers like Gethsemane are still open for browsing and finding your next houseplant. Get a (small) group together to go grab some new green friends to start off the new season! If you aren’t comfortable with going out, many centers like City Grange are allowing for curbside pickup or delivery. They also are offering Zoom “Ask the Expert” consultations, allowing you to plan landscape design, get help with houseplants, or even plot out some edible gardens!

Looking for greenery-based events? The Great Grow Along is a three-day virtual garden festival that will bring you together with speakers, workshops, Q&A sessions, and more on topics like edible gardening, urban gardening, houseplants, and composting! Chicago Botanic Garden also is hosting online horticultural classes during March on fun topics like beekeeping and indoor farming for health and wellness.


Chicago Theater Week

This awesome week of local theater has already kicked off, but there is still plenty to catch! Going through March 7th, you can experience virtual shows right from home from many local theatres! Try a new company with friends virtually, and hold a discussion afterward on your experiences. There are over 100 company options that you can see on the event’s website. Browse and find something that would make a great date night!


Stay safe while celebrating the Spring weather! To stay updated on the latest and most accurate information related to COVID-19, please refer to https://www.cdc.gov/

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