California Will Reopen Theme Parks But There's A Catch: No Screaming The no screaming rule is meant to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. Theme parks in the state are expected to reopen next month, and will operate at limited capacity.
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California Will Reopen Theme Parks But There's A Catch: No Screaming

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California Will Reopen Theme Parks But There's A Catch: No Screaming

California Will Reopen Theme Parks But There's A Catch: No Screaming

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STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

California plans to reopen some theme parks as early as next month with a new rule...

(SOUNDBITE OF PEOPLE SCREAMING, ROLLERCOASTER RUNNING)

INSKEEP: ...No screaming. The rule is meant to prevent the spread of coronavirus. Parks will operate at limited capacity, telling customers to keep their joy to themselves. But I'm alone in a room right now. So on behalf of park patrons everywhere, (screaming).

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