More on When On-Screen Talent Tested Positive For Coronavirus, Carmella Clears Up Rumors

More on When On-Screen Talent Tested Positive For Coronavirus, Carmella Clears Up Rumors

As noted, WWE confirmed that a positive coronavirus test was found in the company. They did not reveal who tested positive, but it was reportedly a member of the broadcast team.

During Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer opened up about the positive test a bit. He did not disclose who tested positive, but he did reveal that it happened during the second day of WrestleMania 36’s shooting schedule.

“We had a COVID positive and they’re still going. They’re actually going more. It all happened on March 26th. It would have been the second day of WrestleMania taping is when it happened, in theory it happened after the taping so nobody was infected supposedly and it’s someone on the broadcast team.”

Despite reports that the person was not a wrestler, fans speculated Corey Graves and Carmella as possible names who contracted the coronavirus. Graves returned to work for Friday last week, and so did Carmella. The Princess Of Staten Island was quick to let fans know that she was not infected.

She wrote: “I appreciate your concern, but don’t believe everything you read on the internet. Fortunately, I’ve been healthy through all of this.”


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