Wear a mask or you will be fined.
Criticized for their handling of pandemic precautions and now mired in their own COVID-19 outbreak, the WWE has finally instituted a new mask policy.
Reports state the WWE has announced internally that every member of their staff must wear a mask when not on camera and performing. There is a $500 fine for the first infraction and then $1,000 for the next.
As a way of halting the pandemic and protecting the public, many cities in Canada and the United States are temporarily making it mandatory for anyone visiting an enclosed public place (offices, retail stores, grocery stores, libraries, churches, entertainment facilities, etc) to wear a mask.
Only recently have audience members on the WWE’s weekly shows have been seen wearing masks.
Jamie Noble, extra ‘The Ultimate Pusher’ Tyreke, Renee Young, Adam Pearce and Kayla Braxton announced publicly that they have contracted COVID-19. Reports say the total number could be 20 to 30 employees at this time.