WWE’s loophole for talents travelling to Florida from the Northeast has been closed as Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf has announced that anyone who is travelling from a State that is seeing a surge of Coronavirus cases will have to quarantine for 14 days when they arrive in the State, according to a report from NBC Philadelphia.
This now means that, due to Florida being on the list of those States, that WWE will have to figure out another way to make sure that their talent living in the Northeast will be available for upcoming tapings at the WWE Performance Center.
For those wondering how WWE used the loophole, due to a quarantine mandate already in effect in States such as Connecticut and New York, the company planned to fly people in and out of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. If the person in question chose to disregard the loophole and decided to fly into New York, then they would be subjected to a $1,000 fine in New York for a first offense, $2,000 for a second offense and $10,000 for any subsequent offenses.
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