-- Earlier this evening, Orange County (Florida) Mayor Jerry Demings, Sheriff John Mina and Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer called a meeting to announce that the county will be under a "stay-at-home order" for two weeks, set to begin Thursday at 11 PM ET. The county already has 50 cases of COVID-19 compared to just one a week ago. The entire county is being asked to stay at home except in cases of "essential business." The relevance to pro wrestling is that this is the county within which WWE's Performance Center in Orlando lies so the promotion will technically not be able to conduct any more tapings beginning Friday. However, as was reported WWE has been busy taping several episodes of their TV shows and will actually wrap up everything by Thursday evening, just ahead of the order. The company will have content ready to go through Monday Night Raw on April 6, the day after WrestleMania 36.
BREAKING: Mayor Buddy Dyer said Orange County is about to implement a #coronavirus stay-at-home order. He had been collaborating with the mayors of @StPeteFL and @CityofTampa in the hopes of issuing uniform orders at the same time to provide continuity along I-4. @TB_Times
— Josh Solomon (@ByJoshSolomon) March 24, 2020