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Places to stay cool (interactive map) and resources for recognizing heat-related illness (multilingual)

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With temperatures climbing into the high-90s this week, we want to share this interactive map to help you find cool places to stay and this multilingual flyer to help you recognize heat-related illnesses like heat stroke.

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