The WWE is shifting ahead with “SmackDown” and “Raw” — and they’ve despatched out a memo to wrestlers and staffers telling them how they plan to maintain everybody secure from COVID-19.
We’re instructed WWE honchos have been so proud of the means issues went down at WrestleMania over the weekend, they plan on utilizing an analogous protocol for the upcoming occasions together with “SmackDown” on Friday and “Raw” on Monday.
Both occasions will happen at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando — identical to ‘Mania — with a medical workforce screening EVERYONE earlier than they’ll stroll in the door.
The e-mail outlines protocol … saying the medical workforce will take every particular person’s temperature earlier than they enter the constructing — which is predicted to trigger some delays — so arrive early.
Once inside, everybody is inspired to put on a face masks — and if you cannot get one, make one!
WWE explains how to McGyver one collectively by stitching material, carrying a bandanna or ripping off an outdated t-shirt sleeve. The org. would not observe that masks ought to come off when cameras are rolling.
The tips sound fairly related to how the WWE dealt with WrestleMania this weekend … bear in mind, Drew McIntyre instructed us he had the entire locker room to himself for some critical social distancing.
Washing fingers stays the No. 1 means to push back COVID-19, and WWE is reminding the troops to wash up earlier than and after dealing with these face masks, and to wash fingers with cleaning soap and heat water for 20 seconds, as typically as doable.