Good news in WWE.
According to Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer, no one in WWE has tested positive for coronavirus.
Meltzer did not say who or how many superstars were tested for the virus.
Multiple superstars have reportedly been quarantined or ill over the past couple of weeks, which has led to changes to the WrestleMania 36 card. Dana Brooke was ill and quarantined, leading to her removal from the SmackDown Women's Championship bout at WrestleMania 36.
Bobby Lashley was quarantined following a trip to South Africa but is still scheduled to face Aleister Black at WrestleMania. Murphy and Rey Mysterio were also reportedly ill, leading them to stay home for the WrestleMania 36 tapings.
Miz reportedly showed up to the tapings ill and was told that he couldn't perform.
Roman Reigns pulled out of WrestleMania 36 as he didn't feel comfortable performing given the circumstances.
In a recent interview, Stephanie McMahon revealed the lengths WWE has gone to, to protect the performers who have continued to show up to the Performance Center.
"We’re shooting in waves. No one person, regardless of who they are, is allowed to enter if they have a temperature of over 100.4, or if they have been out of the country or been in touch with someone who has been out of the country. We also do pandemic-level cleaning, which includes fogging and ultraviolet light, in the facility every single night," she said.
Despite the changes and circumstances, WrestleMania 36 will air on Saturday and Sunday in a taped format on the WWE Network.
Fightful will have live coverage of both nights of the event.