Gatherings of more than 50 people have been banned in the state of Illinois, which currently has 105 confirmed cases of COVID-19, the Washington Post reports.

But that doesn’t mean the fun has to stop.

Chicago’s Shedd Aquarium is closed to the public, but the closure gave employees the chance to take some of the aquarium’s cutest residents on a field trip.

On Sunday, the aquarium shared a video of Wellington, a 30-year-old rockhopper penguin who got the chance to explore and meet other animals in the aquarium. The video has nearly 3 million views.

On Monday, the aquarium shared videos of two more rockhopper penguins named Edward and Annie, exploring another area of the building together.

And on March 17, the penguins got to have a party with their caretakers to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day.

CBS News reports that hundreds of viewers have responded to the tweets, saying they feel happier after watching the adorable rockhopper field trip.

”Thank you for making me smile,” one user wrote, according to CBS News. “Please keep doing this. This is the content we need right now,” 

NBC Chicago reports that the Shedd Aquarium plans to reopen on March 29.