WWE Tour Continues Despite Multiple Cases For COVID-19 Tested Positive

With the entire tour of WWE planned out, complications arise due to COVID-19

WWE resumed its tour of 2020 in June this year (Photo: Twitter @WWE)

COVID-19 has impacted all sectors of this world. New methodologies are being taken and implemented so that all sectors of the economy can be resumed. Sports are also making efforts to return back to its routine functions.

New guidelines and health regulations are coming in each day. Some sports are now back on track to complete the season of 2020. Given all the facts, one must realize that the element of risk is never neutralized. Many players have been tested positive for COVID-19 and are quarantined as well, just ahead of upcoming tours. 

As more and more cases arise, it raises doubts so as to whether sports should be conducted or not. All these matters need to be taken with the utmost seriousness. Resumption of sports is indeed important, but more important is to do it with complete safety.

WWE faces troubles as multiple cases arise in their management

WWE is feeling the impact of the coronavirus. A week after the wrestling organization confirmed a positive case from within its ranks, reports have emerged that multiple employees, potentially including superstars, have tested positive for the virus.

So far the company has been hosting shows without fans at its Florida Performance Centre. However, with the number of COVID cases in Florida rising to 5,500 and the state struggling to contain the pandemic, this was more or less coming.

According to Pro Wrestling Sheet, “multiple people” which includes in-ring talent have been affected by the virus. Now PW Insider claims the figure of positive individuals could be around “two dozen.”

“Was keeping it quiet but since everyone else is sharing, I feel like it is my responsibility to share this. I had it back in early March and then thought I was invincible after I recovered. One must realize that COVID-19 can infect the same person more than once” states WWE announcer, Kayla Braxton.