- WWE has now been rocked with a series of positive tests for Covid-19
- Renee Young has also confirmed that she has the deadly virus
- Wrestling chiefs have now ordered that another round of tests be done
Serious tension and panic now rocks the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) as multiple people are now said to have tested positive for the deadly Covid-19.
For close to seven months now since the outbreak of the Covid-19, the pandemic has caused havoc in arguably everywhere on earth with recorded cases every day.
Sporting activities were suspended in many parts of the world and football only returned in Europe this month with games in the Premier League and Spanish La Liga.
According to a UK Sun report, the Wrestling association have been hosting shows in America without allowing fans to watch their activities due to the pandemic.
Their thinking was that this development would help them to reduce the spread of the virus not knowing that cases would still be recorded.
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Now, there are reports that multiple people have contracted the virus despite locking up their Florida training center from fans.
WWE chiefs are now scared and hoping that the virus has not gotten to the production staff and this has forced them to order for another round of testing.
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More than five thousand people are already said to have contracted Covid-19 in Florida, which is massive.
Also, WWE star Renee Young has taken to social media to confirm that she has tested positive for Covid-19 and urged people to use masks and also wash their hands regularly.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Nikola Jokic tested positive for coronavirus just days after being pictured World No.1 tennis player Novak Djokovic.
Djokovic and his wife, Jelena recently made an announcement that they tested positive for Covid-19 after the tennis star organised a mini tournament.
On June 11, Djokovic and Denver Nuggets star Jokic met and were pictured hugging and sitting beside each other with no social distancing being observed at a basketball event in Belgrade.
But there is no evidence to prove that either of the men infected each other with the deadly virus.
Jokic's case has delayed his return to the United States to join up with his basketball team ahead of the restart of the season.
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