Enjoy the Roller Coaster, But Don’t Scream

As we enter a new phase of dealing with the epidemic that has overtaken the globe, businesses continue to try to get things back to normal while still taking precautions to keep everyone safe.

Enter Fuji-Q Highland, a park near Tokyo who have made one small adjustment to their popular roller coaster. They’ve asked riders not to scream as they ride the coasts, lest all the open-mouthed yelling lead to the spread. “Please scream in your hearts,” one video asked patrons, which should be easy. We’ve all been doing that for months.


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