AEW allowed real fans back in to the arena for this week’s episode of Dynamite. Only a very limited number of people were allowed to attend the event but it led to much criticism in the IWC.
One Twitter user noticed that the audience in attendance was not practicing social distancing at the event or wearing masks. They posted a picture of audience members being seated close to each other during the show.
Another Twitter user, Jessi Davin, who was one of the people in attendance for the show, responded to the fans concerns. Devin said that the people seated next to each other were belonging to the same family. According to Devin, a team was monitoring the seating area and ensuring that the fans’ mask placements were correct throughout the show:
Groups of families were seated together. Sectioned were laid out beforehand and the rest was taped off. Mask enforcement was there correcting people’s masks placement the entire night.
Davin said that the company knew beforehand about who was attending their show. She also said that she and her husband felt very safe throughout the show.
Parties were grouped together and socially distanced between each group. They had it planned out beforehand because they had to know who was coming. Do not let the camera angle fool you. I felt very safe and so did my husband. #AEWDynamite
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