Independent promotion St. Louis Anarchy has postponed an event due to COVID-19 concerns.
The promotion revealed on Twitter that several members of the roster were in contact with someone who did test positive for COVID-19 this past weekend. As a precaution, St. Louis Anarchy announced that the October 16 show has been postponed, but that the October 23, October 30 and November 7 shows will still go on.
This afternoon I learned of a positive Covid-19 test from someone that a great deal of our roster was around this past weekend. Due to that we will be doing the responsible thing and be postponing Fridays event. We also unfortunately will be ending the Spirit of Spaulding— St. Louis Anarchy (@stlanarchy) October 14, 2020
Blocks as in these times it's impossible to do them. We will run October 23rd as planned and then will be running Friday October 30th and Saturday November 7th. I'm as mad and frustrated as all of you, I'll make good on all tickets bought. I will continue to be responsible.— St. Louis Anarchy (@stlanarchy) October 14, 2020
St. Louis Anarchy is one of many promotions that have postponed, canceled or changed events in any manner due to reasons related to COVID-19. Other promotions such as Ring Of Honor and NJPW have stopped running events for months due to the pandemic. Companies such as WWE and AEW have stopped touring for shows and have been in Florida doing television tapings in the past few months.