WWE is now considered an essential business in the state of Florida. Some people have a question about how that came to pass. WWE provides an essential service through entertainment according to Ron DeSantis. Now WWE can continue to present their programming on a weekly basis.
During PW Insider Elite audio, Mike Johnson commented on the backstage atmosphere during the RAW television taping this week. They are taking precautions against the novel coronavirus, but it’s pretty much business as usual.
“We are told that while everyone is wearing masks they are still very much — it’s closer to business as usual than it had been in recent weeks because they are all considered essential employees and they’re doing what they’re doing.”
WWE is now an essential business in Florida. This means they don’t run the risk of getting shut down, but they are still taking precautions against the threat of COVID-19.
Masks are being worn, all surfaces are cleaned, and Stephanie McMahon commented that some might consider WWE’s use of ultraviolet light a little “overkill.” Hopefully, all of those efforts will keep everyone safe while they’re at the tapings.
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