WWE is taking precautions with personnel with the coronavirus outbreak.
According to Ryan Satin of Pro Wrestling Sheet, WWE talent and staff had to undergo a screening done by a team of physicians in order to enter the Performance Center for tapings. The measure was taken due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.
It is unknown when the results of the tests would be delivered. WWE has limited recent shows and future shows to "essential personnel" only and no live audience has been present at events since Friday's SmackDown.
Sources say that in order to enter the tapings at the WWE Performance Center amidst the coronavirus pandemic, talent/crew/etc must pass a screening done by a team of physicians.— Ryan Satin (@ryansatin) March 17, 2020
On Monday, WWE made the decision to move WrestleMania 36 from Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, FL to the Performance Center in Orlando, FL and limit the event to essential personnel. The event is still scheduled to take place on Apr. 5.
Fightful will continue to update fans on any changes made to the wrestling schedule as the information is known.