In the United States, are outdoor receptacles required to be GFCI receptacles? Or can they be non-GFCI receptacles but downstream from and protected by an indoor GFCI receptacle? This NEC draft says:
All 125-volt, single-phase, 15- and 20-ampere receptacles installed... [outdoors]... shall have ground-fault circuit interrupter protection for personnel.
Does the word "have" in this context mean the outdoor receptacle itself must contain/provide its own GFCI protection or that it may receive protection and/or provide its own protection?
I don't have a copy of the current official NEC spec. Does that excerpt still apply now?