WWE is carrying on with their programming live from the Performance Center with no live crowd. The company is taking the coronavirus situation very seriously.

We previously reported that WWE advised their employees to work from home if they can. Those who need to show up to work were also told that they can decide not to come as well.

Post Wrestling reports that multiple individuals at the WWE Performance Center reported that they were given the impression that they can leave without anything bad happening in regards to their job.

“Multiple people at the WWE Performance Center on Friday spoke with us stating the message conveyed was that anyone that was uncomfortable could leave without any repercussions.”


AEW had message to their talent that fell around the same line. Tony Khan held a meeting where he said that people can decide not to come to the show and they won’t lose their spot.

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