WWE experienced another situation caused by COVID-19. They had to order mass quarantines for anyone who was at their Performance Center on October 16th. Now there is more information about this situation.

During Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer noted that it is believed a Performance Center coach had COVID-19 and it possibly spread. This is why anyone who was at the PC on October 16th was asked to quarantine for two weeks.

“I basic gist is that one of the coaches was diagnosed with COVID so everyone that had trained in the gym on Friday was told to quarantine for two weeks whether they were there or not. Most of the TV people were not there. I was told that none of the TV people tested positive.”

It was then noted that Indi Hartwell was the only person known to have been scheduled for Halloween Havoc, but she couldn’t make it. Click here to find out what her role was supposed to be.


Hopefully, WWE can avoid having any more COVID-19 related issues, but as the number of positive cases continue to rise in America it’s going to get even more difficult.

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