Japanese theme park reopens with new coronavirus rules

Japanese theme park reopens with new coronavirus rules

After all, this is a dull world.

Disneyland and other amusement parks are reopening in Japan-but according to some reports released on Thursday, Japan has imposed some new weird regulations on coronavirus, including not screaming or embracing exciting rides.

The main theme park associations representing the operators of Tokyo Disneyland and Universal Studios Japan have launched new “guides” to stimulate tourists, such as entrance temperature checks, necessary masks and enhanced hygiene measures, According to CNN.

But according to media reports, certain rules may not apply to the happiest places on earth.

One of the guides issued by the East and West Japan Theme Park Association states: “On roller coaster and other transportation-style attractions … Let guests wear masks and urge them not to yell.” More than 30 amusement parks across the country Operator.

Other regulations require guests not to touch or hug, and require staff to maintain short conversations with visitors.

One of the rules states: “As a new type of customer service, even wearing a mask, you can also use smiling faces, gestures, etc. to communicate with visitors.”

Since February, Japan ’s main theme parks have been closed to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. To reopen, the association released this week “Guidelines for preventing the spread of new coronavirus infections.”

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