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Theme parks in Japan are discouraging screaming on roller coasters to slow coronavirus spread, with one park urging riders to 'Please scream inside your heart'

Theme parks in Japan are discouraging screaming on roller coasters to slow coronavirus spread, with one park urging riders to 'Please scream inside your heart'
Fuji-Q Highland



Japan's theme parks are urging patrons not to yell on roller coasters to slow the spread of the coronavirus.




In a recent video, top executives from one of the country's parks rode a roller coaster in total silence, as the Wall Street Journal reported earlier on Wednesday.




The video, which was released by Fuji-Q Highland park, ends with a message: "Please scream inside your heart."




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Between dining, close-quarters rides, and other attractions, the world's amusement parks have their work cut out for them when it comes to reopening safely. And theme parks in Japan, for one, are discouraging screaming on roller coasters to slow the spread of the virus.
To demonstrate proper roller-coaster etiquette, one park, Fuji-Q Highland, recently released a video in which two high-ranking executives stoically ride the park's Fujiyama roller coaster in complete silence, as reported by The Wall Street Journal.
The video ends with a message to would-be roller-coaster riders: "Please scream inside your heart."
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