‘At least 30 folks’ have tested positive for COVID-19 at WWE PC

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WWE has at least 30 positive COVID-19 checks at PC. 

WWE continues to battle all through the COVID-19 global pandemic. Final week it was revealed that a number of people tested positive for the situation and information on Monday has pushed that quantity into the 30s.

Ryan Satin of Professional Wrestling Sheet broke the information final week and additional elevated on that report on Monday. In keeping with his report, “at least 30 people in total at the PC [Performance Center] who’ve tested positive for the virus in the last three weeks.” This list consists of people who carry out within the ring and people behind the scenes. For instance, on-air personalities, Kayla Braxton, and Renee Younger each took to social media to reveal details about their positive checks.

WWE points mandate on carrying masks

On Friday, WWE introduced a mask-wearing coverage for people which are concerned in tapings. All tapings are occurring at the Efficiency Heart in Florida. The mandate comes with a high-quality of $500 for first-time offenses, adopted by at $1,000 high-quality for second-time offenses. These within the makeshift “crowd” for WWE tapings are additionally showing on digital camera carrying masks, initially, they weren’t doing so.

The Efficiency Heart has been the one location the place the group has been capable of create content material because the global pandemic shutdowns began in March. It was revealed the WWE had not executed any precise testing till late June when all of the positive results had been discovered. Earlier than then, the promotion was utilizing screening techniques to handle a possible outbreak.

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