No screaming in Japanese amusement parks

Japan's amusement parks have new rules on visitors screaming. They will prepare for the "new normal" COVID-19 life. One guideline is no screaming on rollercoasters. Screaming increases the amount of virus in the air. Talking quietly cuts the risk of spreading the virus. Park visitors should not talk loudly or scream on rides.

Japan's amusement parks are reopening. Tokyo Disneyland closed in early March. It does not know when it will reopen. Parks have rules about masks and social distancing. Ghosts in haunted houses should distance from their "victims". Park staff dressed as mascots and superheroes should not shake hands or high-five anyone.