In an update on several changes made to WWE’s COVID-19 protocols, the company sent out a memo with new guidelines recently, according to a report from Dave Meltzer of The Wrestling Observer.

The report notes in the memo sent out by the company, masks must be worn backstage by all talent, staff, crew and/or guests with mandatory fines for talent and staff who do not adhere to the policy. It is also being recommended that everyone gets either a Pfizer or Moderna vaccine, as well as a booster, with fully vaccinated personnel asked questions and assessed before being granted entry to the venue, in addition to people being required to report any symptoms to the company’s medical staff.

The report notes that any personnel with symptoms is required to take a COVID test and that anyone who is not vaccinated and tests positive will have to quarantine for a minimum of 10 days and will undergo heart testing before they can return, while those who are vaccinated and test positive will have to quarantine for a minimum of 6 days.

Additionally, on the fifth day, people who are asymptomatic for 24 hours must pass two Antigen tests at least 24 hours apart before they return, while if someone comes in contact with another person who tests positive, they are allowed to enter the workplace, but will have to undergo daily tests for five days after exposure, if they show no symptoms.