Pro Wrestling Sheet has learned more people in WWE who were at the Performance Center have tested positive for COVID-19.
According to sources, additional people in WWE tested positive for COVID-19 last week during the most recent round of testing before TV tapings.
As we first reported, more testing was done in WWE last week after multiple people who had been at the PC tested positive for COVID-19. From what we’ve been told, there have been at least 30 people in total at the PC who’ve tested positive for the virus over the past three weeks. This includes behind the scenes workers and in-ring talent.
Our sources also note that the company has administered nearly 1,500 tests since they began testing talent for COVID at the end of June.
As we previously reported … Renee Young, Jamie Noble, Kayla Braxton and Adam Pearce have all confirmed via social media that they tested positive.
WWE released a statement last month saying they will “continue COVID-19 testing of its talent, production crew and employees in advance of TV productions for the foreseeable future.”
The company has also instituted an official face mask policy at tapings to make sure everyone in attendance wears them at the Performance Center. Those who aren’t wearing a mask will be fined $500 for the first violation and $1,000 for each thereafter.