Visitors Must Not Scream – level 3
Thrill seekers in Japan will soon get to enjoy their favorite roller coasters again now that amusement parks around the country are reopening.
However, a group of major theme operators has banned screaming on their roller coasters, and customers are advised to scream inside their hearts instead.
The rule has been introduced to stop the spread of the coronavirus which is transferred from person to person by tiny air droplets.
A theme park released a video of two of its executives wearing masks while riding an adrenaline ride in complete silence. In the video, one of the executives is wearing a suit, and he can be seen to calmly adjust his face mask.
Difficult words: thrill seeker (a person who enjoys extreme sports and activities), droplet (a small drop), executive (someone who works in a company at a senior level), adrenaline (the chemical in your body that you feel when you are very excited).
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