No Singing, Shouting Or Screaming On Attractions at Disneyland California
News - PARKS 18-Mar-2021
The BBC has gone a little more in-depth into the news that Disneyland California can reopen on April 30th. California State officials has laid out some guidelines including capping capacity at 15% and currently only allowing California residents to visit the parks. Other guidance includes not allowing guests to shout, scream or sing.
The California Attractions and Parks Association, which has pushed for parks to be able to re-open, said members would be able to meet standards for health and safety, including guidance against activities like shouting and singing, by modifying seating on rides, encouraging masks and other measures.
Keep in mind this is not Disney's official policy (at least not yet). Whether Disney try to tell guests to not scream on attractions would be incredibly amusing.
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