Several people at the WWE Performance Center reportedly test positive for COVID-19 | Bleach report

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At least three WWE employees who have been in the Performance Center tested positive for COVID-19 this week.

Pro Wrestling Sheet’s Ryan Satin reported that the positive tests include talent in the ring, but no names have been given. WWE plans to run more tests ahead of recordings scheduled for this week.

A developmental The talent who last visited WWE facilities on June 9 previously tested positive for the virus, prompting a temporary interruption of recording last week. WWE tested his talent and resumed recording later in the week.

Kevin Owens did not attend the Raw recordings last week due to concerns about the virus. Some other top talents, including Roman Reigns, have chosen not to participate in WWE recordings during the pandemic due to health problems.

WWE hasn’t missed a week of programming during the COVID-19 pandemic, instead choosing to film empty arena shows at its performance center in Orlando. Florida has seen a massive increase in COVID cases in recent weeks, including a record of 5,508 cases. reported Wednesday.

WWE has not publicly disclosed any protocol on social distancing or quarantine for their talent when they are not filming. The company didn’t start testing coronavirus for her talent until earlier this month.