As WWE shifts to taping television at the Performance Center in Orlando, Florida, it is still very important to account for all of their employees’ health needs amid the outbreak of the Coronavirus.
According to a report by Ryan Satin of Pro Wrestling Sheet, before entering the tapings at the WWE Performance Center, all of the talent, crew and essential personnel on-hand for the tapings must pass a screening performed by a team of physicians.
Sources say that in order to enter the tapings at the WWE Performance Center amidst the coronavirus pandemic, talent/crew/etc must pass a screening done by a team of physicians.
— Ryan Satin (@ryansatin) March 17, 2020
For WrestleMania 36, this maintains that everything is subject to change at any moment. On March 16th, WWE confirmed that this year’s WrestleMania will now be held in front of an empty arena at the stat-eof-the-art facility in Orlando, Florida. This is due to the guidance by the CDC that all gatherings of 50 individuals be canceled or postponed during this time as we continue to monitor COVID-19 as a global society.
WWE certainly is in uncharted waters for this year’s WrestleMania, but as it stands right now, they’re doing everything they can to ensure that the show goes on and that they’re performers are healthy and safe.