'Please scream inside your heart': Amusement parks ask customers not to scream to help minimize spread of COVID-19

Japan's amusement parks may not be as amusing as they used to be.
Many of the country's parks are open or reopening in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic.
However, park officials are hoping to minimize the possible spread of the virus by asking customers not to scream while on rides, according to The Wall Street Journal.
In order to give customers guidance on how to avoid screaming, the Fuji-Q Highland park made a video.
The video shows two top executives, both wearing masks, sitting stone-faced on a coaster zipping around at 80 mph, in complete silence.
According to The Wall Street Journal, the video ends with the message: "Please scream inside your heart.”