News Changes to operating Walt Disney World attractions due to COVID-19

MansionButler84

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For Kali, does no waterfalls/effects means you dont get wet?
You get a little wet. I got wetter on Splash. But the jets and the waterfall we’re on at Splash.
 

MansionButler84

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My fiance and I did not get a single drop on us! We even went down first on the drop.

Luckily it was a walk-on. :) No line.
I feel like they could safely turn the waterfall on for aesthetics. It gets you no wetter than the Splash or Jungle Cruise waterfall. But having it off looks awful. I understand turning the geysers off and lowering the level of the water in the splashdown area.

All of the waterfalls on Everest were working! Not Big Thunder, however.
 

WondersOfLife

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I feel like they could safely turn the waterfall on for aesthetics. It gets you no wetter than the Splash or Jungle Cruise waterfall. But having it off looks awful. I understand turning the geysers off and lowering the level of the water in the splashdown area.

All of the waterfalls on Everest were working! Not Big Thunder, however.
I noticed that on thunder! Doesn't make any sense for me. I feel like between the two, it'd be better to have the water on for Thunder than Everest.
 

MansionButler84

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I noticed that on thunder! Doesn't make any sense for me. I feel like between the two, it'd be better to have the water on for Thunder than Everest.
The waterfall thing seems more like maintenance issues than a worry that the waterfall will somehow make you sick. In my mind, the only things that should be off are elements that would drench a mask.

In any event, it’s safer than Universal’s water ride policy!
 
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