Slowly but surely, we're getting back to a pre-pandemic world. In some open states, socially distant concerts are rolling back out, and with most theme parks and fairs coming back, they're all slated to open as well - with some stipulations.
In California, you're allowed to go back to theme parks, with one rule - you can't scream on the rides. Who's going to enforce this? Your guess is as good as mine.
The California Attractions and Park Association supports a plan to help stop the COVID spread by putting guidelines in place that include asking park goers not to scream. Once again, whet?
Is it worth the trip to Disney or Universal if you can't even scream? Also - are they going to gag you to ensure no screaming? Would you still go with these guidelines?