WWE wants to take all precaution they can with fans entering the Capitol Wrestling Center. They must pass a COVID-19 test prior to being allowed to enter. WWE is reportedly footing the bill for those tests.
Jon Alba reports that WWE is covering any costs involved with the COVID-19 testing done through Aventus Labs. The fans can then check those results although some were unaware that they could be checked on their own.
Sources: #WWENXT protocols for fans to attend the shows at the CWC are set up through WWE. They designate a testing spot for attendee to go to, cover any involved costs. Results aren’t sent to the person, but they get a notification if they’re cleared or not. Temp. check at door.
COVID testing for attending #WWENXT happens the day before. Every individual who attends is then taken to their pod, where they are stationed with those in they’re party. Sanitation is also available in pod. Paul Levesque had mentioned this on the last call. #WWE
Since posting, I’ve had some reach out who have said they are able to check their results in addition to #WWE giving clearance. I guess some others were not aware they could check them. Aventus Labs does the tests, which is the same provider WWE uses for its own crew.
WWE’s plan is to eventually open up more space for fans inside the Capitol Wrestling Center. They also hope to let those fans have chairs in the future. The testing protocol will likely continue until further notice.
WWE’s venues will get a visit from a strike team sent by the Orange County Board of Health. That is still a developing story.