WWE Performance Center Staff Given Option To Stay Home If Uncomfortable About Spread Of Coronavirus

Despite the ban on large crowds for live events as the CDC helps to try and prevent the spread of the coronavirus, both AEW and WWE will continue to produce their weekly television programming without a live audience in attendance.

WWE will continue to hold their live television broadcasts from the WWE Performance Center without any fans in the audience. As the coronavirus threat continues to grow, WWE has reportedly advised their employees to work from home if they can. In addition it was said that those employees who need to show up to the venue to work were also told that they can make the decision to stay home as well if they feel that is best for them.

A new report from Post Wrestling states that there have been multiple individuals at the WWE Performance Center that told them that they were given the impression that they can leave and go home without any negative repercussions regarding their job status with the company.

“Multiple people at the WWE Performance Center on Friday spoke with us stating the message conveyed was that anyone that was uncomfortable could leave without any repercussions.”

This is pretty much along the same lines as AEW was said to have told their employees and talent. It was reported that Tony Khan held a meeting where he stated that people can make the decision whether or not to come to the show and that nobody would lose their spot if they decided to stay home.

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