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Multiple skill members test positive for COVID-19
The wrestling market has actually been pressed to a near stop throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
WWE discovered a method to continue operating despite the fact that there were issues about the capability to remain safe in Florida. News broke on Tuesday that multiple people within the WWE have actually checked positive for COVID-19
Ryan Satin broke the news first on Wednesday. According to Satin, at least three individuals have tested positive and each of them have been present at the WWE Performance Center where weekly tapings are held. This is the third time in as many months that the organization has dealt with this situation.
“WWE will continue COVID-19 testing of its talent, production crew and employees in advance of TV productions for the foreseeable future,” as reported by Adam Silverstein of CBS Sports.
WWE statement to @CBSSports: “WWE will continue COVID-19 testing of its talent, production crew and employees in advance of TV productions for the foreseeable future.”
No comment on positive tests.
— Adam Silverstein (@SilversteinAdam) June 24, 2020
Third positive test for WWE
Earlier in June the business needed to stop taping when a skill member checked positive for the condition. This triggered the WWE to stop production up until additional screening might be finished. Kevin Owens, among the most significant stars in the promo, decided to avoid tapings today thinking about the news of that June 15 positivetest That June positive test was the second person on the lineup to test positive for the condition.
This comes at a time in which numerous U.S. cities are going through a stable boost of COVID-19 cases. Florida, where WWE programs is currently produced, is among the hardest struck states in the nation.
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