WWE has reportedly not issued any sort of quarantine mandate to talent and crew during WrestleMania 37 week.
According to Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer, WWE has not told any of their superstars, backstage personnel, or ring crew that they are required to quarantine ahead of this weekend's two-night WrestleMania. However, some individuals have decided to do so off their own back, wanting to avoid any chance of a positive COVID-19 result heading into 'The Showcase Of The Immortals'.
The report, however, does not indicate which WWE talent have taken it upon themselves to quarantine this week.
Both of this week's Raw and Smackdown were pre-taped last week, as was the WWE Hall of Fame ceremony, ensuring close contact and risk of contracting coronavirus was limited heading into WrestleMania 37 for WWE superstars.
WrestleMania 37 will be presented live this weekend from Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida. Night One will be on Saturday 10 April while Night Two will follow on Sunday 11 April.