When visitors are finally allowed back at Disneyland, they might find the rides a little quieter.
The trade group California Attractions and Parks Association is recommending that theme park visitors should “limit activities that are known to cause increased spread” like singing, shouting, heavy breathing and raising one’s voice.
It may seem like an odd request to make of riders who are going up and down, upside-down and sideways at high speeds. But intense vocal expressions may produce droplets that could spread the coronavirus.
That advice was part of CAPA’s “Responsible Reopening Plan,” a list of best practices created in response to the state of California granting large theme parks such as Disneyland, Universal Studios and Six Flags to reopen at reduced capacity beginning April 1.
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