7:09 AM PT -- WWE correspondent Kayla Braxton has also revealed she tested positive for COVID-19 ... the second time she’s caught the virus in just a few months.
“Was keeping it quiet but since everyone else is sharing, I feel like it is my responsibility to share this PSA: YOU CAN GET COVID-19 MORE THAN ONCE!”
Braxton added, ”I had it back in early March and then thought I was invincible after I recovered. Not true. Don't be dumb like me.”
5:44 AM PT -- 6/25 -- WWE announcer Renee Young confirms she's one of the people who tested positive for Coronavirus.
"Man. What a few days. My show gets cancelled and I get Covid," Young tweeted Wednesday night.
"Wear your masks and wash your hands. Stay safe, everyone."
Young's husband, Jon Moxley, informed his bosses at All Elite Wrestling about the possible exposure -- and he missed Wednesday's episode of 'Dynamite' so he could quarantine.
"Mox did the right thing and warned us," AEW boss Tony Khan said.
"Doc asked him to stay home and get tested to protect us here at our test site."
A rep for WWE tells TMZ Sports ... ”WWE will continue COVID-19 testing of its talent, production crew and employees in advance of TV productions for the foreseeable future."
Multiple WWE staffers who have been working at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando -- including in-ring talent -- have tested positive for COVID, TMZ Sports has confirmed.
Sources familiar with the situation are telling us they would NOT classify the situation as an "outbreak" because it wasn't a "large group" that contracted the virus.
ProWrestlingSheet, which broke the story, reports at least 3 people have tested positive so far.
Now, WWE is ramping up its testing and social distancing measures to try and limit the spread of the virus ... especially with TV production expected to continue this week.
There has been a surge of Coronavirus cases in Florida -- an additional 3,286 cases were reported on Tuesday -- and 5,508 reported on Wednesday, the most number of recorded cases in a single day in FL so far.
In total, the number of cases in FL have crossed the 109,000 mark.
Both experts and politicians say the rising numbers are the result of more testing and the reopening of businesses.