“No Screams During Rides”: New COVID-19 Rules As Amusement Parks In Japan Reopen

Guidelines also require guests to refrain from touching or embracing. It also asks staffers to keep conversations with visitors short.

Disneyland in Japan is set to reopen this week and a number of other amusement parks also plan to open back up.

There are bizarre new guidelines on how to ensure the safety of both guests and staff in the face of Covid-19 given that this may be exciting news to some people.

Some of the rules include no screaming or hugging on exciting rides.

“On roller coasters and other conveyance-style attractions … Have guests wear masks, and urge them to refrain from shouting/screaming,” states one of the guidelines, released by the East Japan and West Japan Theme Park Associations, which are made up of more than 30 amusement park operators across the country, The New York Post notes.

Guidelines also require guests to refrain from touching or embracing. It also asks staffers to keep conversations with visitors short.

“As a new style of customer service, even when you’re wearing a mask, you can use a combination of smiley eyes, hand gestures, etc., to communicate with visitors,” one of the rules states, according to the outlet.

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