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Many WWE stars not following COVID-19 safety measures during TV tapings



WWE has been very vocal through statements and having talent talk about the different safety measures that are in place while working TV tapings during the coronavirus outbreak.

Since last month, WWE has held TV tapings at the Performance Center in Orlando due to the lockdown that was caused by the virus.

WWE has publicly battled the narrative of safety during these times, which has received backlash from the media.

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It’s been reported that WWE has been changing turnbuckles, ring ropes, and having all workers be screened before even being allowed in the building. Another precaution that WWE has been taking is using a spray that kills the coronavirus.

Sean Ross Sapp of Fightful Select reports that based on the talent they’ve heard from, “almost no talent have been wearing masks around at the WWE tapings, and about 80 percent of staff is.”

It was reported by Dave Meltzer in the latest edition of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter that WWE stars have expressed concerns over working TV tapings during coronavirus. For more on that, click here.