How fun can theme park rides be when riders are forbidden to scream their hearts out? Japanese theme parks like Tokyo Disneyland and Fuji-Q Highland have imposed the 'No Screaming' rule on their thrill-seeking rides to prevent the coronavirus spread.
In the past it has been easy for parents who did not wish to vaccinate their children to obtain an exemption. In many cases it only required the signing of a piece of paper. However, such exclusions may not be so easy to obtain in the future thanks to this year's highly publicized Disneyland measles outbreak.
The development and worldwide utilization of vaccines represents one of the most crucial advances in human history. Some don't necessarily agree with that assumption―but, we can all come to the conclusion that global pandemics aren't exactly ideal.
Disneyland may be the happiest place on Earth, but now it seems you can pay a visit to the beloved theme park and bring home more than just a pair of mouse ears. Disney has proven to us all that it is a small world after all, as a recent measles outbreak has now been traced to its California theme park.