In order to fight coronavirus, Japan banned shouting on roller coaster

A few days ago, visitors to Japan's Fuji-Q Highland amusement park saw an unusual video message in which two senior park leaders, wearing protective masks, race down a roller coaster ... in complete silence.

According to The Wall Street Journal (WSJ), the park's administration was forced to ban visitors from shouting while riding various attractions in order to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. As a result, at the end of the video message you can see the phrase: "Please shout to yourself."

The video presented clearly demonstrates that during screaming, coughing, singing and even talking, a large number of tiny droplets of saliva are released, which may contain coronavirus. However, roller-coaster park visitors are unlikely to follow such a prohibition, as it requires nerves of steel.

As a visitor to Tokyo Disneyland, Yuki Suzuki, told the WSJ, “You won't see bans like this at Disneylands in other countries. There, if someone shouts, he shouts. "