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Restaurants revitalized Ann Arbor. Then came the pandemic.
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"We turned it on overnight, like a light switch," says Vie Fitness & Spa owner Heather Dupuis.
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Superintendent Jeanice Swift says Ann Arbor's plan will "land on the side of caution."