Earlier this month, All Elite Wrestling and UFC started to tape shows once again in Florida. AEW is broadcasting a combination of live and taped shows from Daily's Place while UFC is producing content at VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena in Jacksonville, Florida. Both companies have introduced COVID-19 testing at their respective venues for all staff and competitors.
Alexa Bliss recently sat down for an interview with NDTV and detailed the measures WWE currently has in place to combat coronavirus. The Women's Tag Team Champion said everyone in the company is being "super safe" and a myriad of precautions have been put in place including temperature checks when staff enter the Performance Center. However, the company is yet to follow AEW's and UFC's example and introduce on-site COVID-19 testing.
Bliss said: "Everyone at WWE is being super careful, super cautious and super safe. Before we go on into the Performance Center we have to have our temperatures checked, we have to get evaluated by a doctor. We have to sign a survey that says we haven't travelled, we haven't gone anywhere, that we don't have any symptoms. We're all wearing masks, we're practising social distancing. Everything is being cleaned to a medical-grade standard and keeping everyone safe is the main priority right now."
H/T to Wrestlezone for the transcription