This freedom is being exercised in the Magic Kingdom today at outdoor attractions like The Magic Carpets of Aladdin. Guests on-ride and in the queue have chosen to go maskless, as seen here. Some other guests still opt for the mask. It is no longer required outdoors, but many still choose to wear them all the time.
As seen here on Jungle Cruise, a fair mix of masked guests and unmasked guests make up the boat heading down the rivers of the world.
Outdoor Cast Members at the boathouse are also no longer required to wear masks.
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The Indian elephants, being outdoor Cast Members, are likewise not required to wear masks.
Despite the face mask policy change, the Delta variant of COVID-19 is still driving infections. Central Florida is now the global epicenter of the COVID-19 pandemic, recording among the highest case rates in the world and experiencing record hospitalization rates surpassing those seen by New York City in the early stages of the pandemic in March 2020.
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