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COLUMBUS, Ohio (WJW) — The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium announced today they are no longer requiring guests to wear masks outdoors.

In a Facebook post, they said that because of Ohio‘s mandate, masks won’t be required outdoors unless you cannot safely and consistently stay 6 feet from other groups.

The post goes on to explain that masks are still required when indoors but guests with a mask exemption are not required to wear one.

For more information or to plan a trip to the zoo, click here.