In light of the surge of positive COVID-19 tests within WWE's ranks, it appears that the company has changed or at least modified two guidelines ahead of their next set of tapings, currently scheduled for Friday and Saturday.
Sean Ross Sapp tweeted that WWE has decided that "friends and family" will not be allowed at the the next set of tapings, as per the request of WWE's medical team. Instead they were asked to be isolated and were told to undergo re-testing.
Multiple sources are also reporting that the expectation within the company is that there will now be COVID-19 testing at every taping and that the talent and staff are also expected to be isolated and stay in their rooms for the time being with f4wonline.com reporting that some wrestlers have heard that everyone will now be tested twice per week.
The talent already in Orlando, FL were given a two-hour heads up this afternoon that they would have to attend mandatory testing.
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