Ryan Satin of Pro Wrestling Sheet has reported that there have been more than 30 positive tests for COVID-19 at WWE's Performance Center in Orlando over the last three weeks.
Through several sources, Satin's report claims that additional persons tested positive last week, during the most recent batch of testing prior to WWE filming for TV.
That total of at least 30 positive cases includes both in-ring performers and behind the scenes workers.
Reportedly, close to 1500 tests have been administered by WWE since they began testing for COVID toward the end of June.
No one else reportedly testing positive has come forth publicly. Previously, the likes of Renee Young, Kayla Braxton, Jamie Noble, and Adam Pearce all disclosed their positive tests through social media. Young's positive test led to the brief postponement of husband Jon Moxley's AEW World title match with Brian Cage by thirteen days.
WWE has since mandated that on-site personnel wear masks at the Performance Center, with non-compliance fines of $500 for the first offense, and $1000 for the second.