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PHOTOS: Plexiglass Dividers Removed from Jungle Cruise at Magic Kingdom

We headed to the Jungle Cruise this morning to find that most physical distancing measures on the attraction have been removed.

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The sign asking guests to wear masks is gone. Instead, a sign thanks travellers for choosing the Jungle Navigation Company.

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In the queue, all lanes are being used. The distancing markers in the queue had been removed just a few days ago. The extended queue markers had been removed earlier this month.

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Most guests appeared to not be wearing masks in the queue. Today is the first day that vaccinated guests are no longer required to wear masks in attraction queues.

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When we boarded our boat, we found that the plexiglass dividers separating parties on board have been removed.

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However, the plastic screen separating the skipper from the guests remains in place.

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Separate parties are now being seated next to one another, with no spacing or dividers between.

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