The coronavirus is getting serious. Austin Aries might like to call it “fear mongering.” That isn’t stopping reports from coming out that WrestleMania 36 isn’t looking good this year in Tampa.

PW Insider reports that employees at WWE headquarters are preparing for the coronavirus.

WWE has started a rotation where departments will work from home or telecommute so WWE can plan out how they will need to institute things on a wider scale if that time comes.

We have been told by multiple sources that work for the company that as of this week, WWE started a rotation where certain departments will be working from home/telecommuting so that WWE can plan out logistics if they need to pull the trigger on having the company’s employees work outside of their Stamford, CT headquarters. 


It was reported that this process will “likely continue over at least the next week or so.”

WWE isn’t the only company preparing for the coronavirus. Many other companies are doing this same thing as they prepare for the possibility of losing their workforce due to quarantine.

H Jenkins

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