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COVID-19: Why has this Japanese theme park banned screaming

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New Delhi, July 10: One Japanese theme park wants you to hold your emotions while riding their roller-coaster. And if you are the best you can end up getting free entry passes.

Fuji-Q Highland near Tokyo, Japan re-opened last month after COVID-19 lockdown.

COVID-19: Why has this Japanese theme park banned screaming

In the view of minimising the spreading droplets, they are encouraging riders to put on their most 'serious face' while riding.

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The theme park asked riders to "scream inside your heart" and share their serious-faced picture online in the #KeepASeriousFace challenge and those who do best will be given free day passes.

The executives said violations will not actually be punished.

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    The theme park will be running the challenge until 17 July.

    The theme park authority said the challenge is a part of the measures that are taken to give customers the confidence to return after the lockdown.

    The authority earlier released a video of two of their executives riding in silence to show it can be done and video became viral.

    In the video, both executives are seen serious-faced and in masks while one of them is slowly adjusts his hair after the roller coaster plunges down and looks almost bored by the entire exercise.

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