No screaming on California roller coasters according to State Guidelines

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Theme parks in California can reopen soon under the state’s COVID risk guidelines. A new recommendation has come to light for said guidelines: no screaming on rides. Yep, you will now be asked to keep quiet on rides like the Incredicoaster and Big Thunder Mountain.

Update – California Attractions and Parks Association releases a statement on No Screaming Policy

Governor Newsom’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy calls for businesses, including theme parks, to limit activities like shouting and raised voices. Both are known to cause the increased spread of COVID-19.

The California Attractions and Parks Association (CAPA), which represents Disneyland and other California theme parks, proposes that theme parks can “mitigate the effects of shouting” with mandatory face coverings and modified seat loading patterns on rides.

The concern regarding screaming or yelling while on a ride is that the microscopic droplets of saliva released could fly onto riders in the rear seats.

Related – Disneyland suspending some amenities when they reopen

Roller coasters and screaming go together like Disneyland and churros! Have you ever tried to not scream while riding the wildest ride in the wilderness? Individual parks are not required to adopt the recommendations from the CAPA.

Disneyland will be reopening on April 30th with many Cast Members being recalled to work. Stay tuned to more here on Chip and Co!

Source: OC Register


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