New Report On First Coronavirus Cases Linked To Pro Wrestling

New Report On First Coronavirus Cases Linked To Pro Wrestling

The first cases of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) exposure due to a pro-wrestling event have come out.

On March 14th Pro Wrestling Power in Australia held their Shamrocks & Shenanigans event from the Edmonton PCYC in Cairns, Queensland. Out of the 30 fans in attendance, three tested positive for the virus. The Queensland Health Department issued this statement to the remaining fans according to 7news:

If you attended this event and have experienced fever, fatigue, shortness of breath, a sore throat and/or a cough, then you should seek medical advice.

The original report, which you can read here, says that promoters for Pro Wrestling Power are taking the incident seriously. Whether that means they continue to run events remains to be seen.

(H/T Wrestling Observer)

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