[QUOTE] While it’s unclear when they were tested exactly, or how many of them were for wrestlers, sources tell us at least three people who had been at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando received positive test results this week.
Our sources say more testing will now be done by WWE’s medical team before this week’s TV production to make sure the virus has not spread amongst talent/behind the scenes workers.
As we previously reported, a developmental talent tested positive for COVID-19 causing production to shut down for a day last week. Everyone who had been in the building was then tested and each person who received a negative test was able to resume filming content at the Performance Center. It’s unclear if these results are related to that round of testing or if additional testing was done.[QUOTE]
Originally posted by ekedolphinWell, well, well... if it isn't the consequences of your own actions.
While I agree, it’s not like AEW gets off scott free. They can say they have done full Covid testing, and maybe they have. Yet, there isn’t much social distancing and masks are still kind of optional there too. In this time of false positives, I wish they and WWE would do better with regards to every level of their television product.
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