A group amusement park operators Japan has released guidelines visitors screaming in their parks. This is Japan's government asked companies to prepare the "new normal" and for life with COVID-19. The guidelines instruct park owners how to operate safely our coronavirus world. One the guidelines is no screaming on rollercoasters or haunted houses. Scientists have said that using the voice to sing, scream or shout increases the amount virus that an infected person can put the air. Staying quiet or talking quietly reduces the risk of spreading the virus. The park guidelines say visitors should, "refrain from vocalizing loudly" all rides.
Japan's amusement parks are slowly reopening as the coronavirus emergency was lifted earlier this week. The country's biggest theme parks, Tokyo Disneyland and Universal Studios Japan ( Osaka), remain closed. They have been closed the beginning March. They have not set a date reopening. When they do open, they will likely follow the guidelines. Other recommendations include mask wearing and social distancing. One piece advice stated: "Ghosts lurking haunted houses should maintain a healthy distance their 'victims'". addition, all park staff, including those dressed as mascots and superheroes, should not shake hands or high-five anyone.