WWE made anyone who was in the Performance Center on October 16th go in for a two-week quarantine. This caused a big issue, but it won’t stop fans from attending Halloween Havoc.

Jon Alba reports that WWE is allowing fans inside the Capitol Wrestling Center despite the recent outbreak. Fans must still pass a COVID-19 test prior to admission, and as we previously covered the company pays for it.

The usual guidelines must also be followed for fans. They must have their temperature checked and they are also restricted to a sanitized pod during the show.

As has been the case since WWE started bringing fans into the CWC, they have to test negative for COVID, then get temperature check. Then they’re restricted to a pod, which has sanitation resources.

Dave Meltzer reported that there could be changes to Halloween Havoc, but it doesn’t appear that WWE is announcing those prior to the show if that is the case. Keep checking back with Ringside News as we continue to monitor this ongoing situation.

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