Report: WWE Superstars Unhappy With How The Company Has Handled Positive Coronavirus Tests

The company hasn't told talent how many people tested positive...

Back on June 15, WWE announced a developmental talent had tested positive for COVID-19. While the company informed all staff and talent privately about a positive result back in April, most Superstars didn't find out someone had contracted the virus until after the public announcement.

At least three more people in WWE tested positive for coronavirus this week, and Sean Ross Sapp at Fightful Select reported Superstars are unhappy with how the company has handled the positive tests. 

Very little information has been shared with talent and Sapp noted Superstars haven't been told how many people or who tested positive for the virus. Several wrestlers also don't believe the company is doing enough and want to see testing done before and after TV tapings. 

This comes after numerous WWE Superstars were already worried about exposing themselves and their families to coronavirus after the positive test on June 15. One anonymous wrestler reportedly isn't worried, however, as they believe the ongoing global pandemic is "a big work." 

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