No Screaming On Rides Is The New Rule In Japan

With theme parks reopening Japan is asking its attendees not to scream on rides due to the coronavirus pandemic. With recent studies saying that COVID-19 is spread by respiratory droplets, this is a solution they have come up with. But for anyone who loves thrill rides knows that screaming and expressing your fear is half the fun.

“There’s just no way not to scream,” college student Rika Matsuura who was visiting Tokyo Disneyland, told the WSJ: “It’s kind of torture to be back at your favorite place in the world and to not be able to scream and enjoy everything 100 percent.”

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