Musk is out at a Super Charger station in Florida and doesn’t wear a mask to interact with fans

May 29 (UPI) — SpaceX and Tesla CEO Elon Musk did not leave Florida, where the launch site is located, and went to a nearby Tesla SuperCharger after the planned first manned mission of the Dragon spacecraft was canceled due to weather conditions on Wednesday, according tomedia reports.

Musk is out at a Super Charger station in Florida and doesn't wear a mask to interact with fans

Photos on social media showed Musk at a Tesla Supercharged station in western Melbourne, Florida, shortly after the cancellation of the space X Dragon spacecraft’s first manned mission. The super-charging station is about a 45-minute drive from the Kennedy Space Center, where the manned Dragon spacecraft will be launched.

Musk is out at a Super Charger station in Florida and doesn't wear a mask to interact with fans

Musk is out at a Super Charger station in Florida and doesn't wear a mask to interact with fans

Musk is out at a Super Charger station in Florida and doesn't wear a mask to interact with fans

According tomedia reports and photos on social media, Musk went to the super charging station to charge a Tesla electric car he was using. He was travelling in a white Tesla Model X, a white Tesla Model X that was used by SpaceX to transport a manned mission, but not the same one as Musk’s, the one used to transport astronauts, with NASA logos on the roof and sides.

Tesla’s electric cars, even if they are charged with a super-charging pile, will have to wait a while, which means Musk needs to stay in the super charging station for a while.

According to information posted on social media, Musk entered the super-charging station in the seat of the white Model X co-pilot, greeted the consumer son in the super-charge after getting off the bus, and interacted with fans using the super-charge pile, many of whom came forward to pose for a photo with him.

However, photos have emerged on social media showing Musk and his team not wearing masks, interacting with fans or wearing masks when they travel to the super charging station. Florida is one of the most affected states in the United States, with more than 50,000 confirmed cases last week.