Well, that’s the talking point among some who (ex: Trump and his supporters), however that is not what the data states.
For cases so far the mortality is higher than 1%. The Diamond Princess has an exact count of those who tested positive (696) of the ship’s population, and of those who have died already (7), making a case mortality of more than 1%.
Furthermore, and this will go especially for Florida and doubly especially for the Tampa area, where there are a great many elderly people, there is between 10%-20% severe case rate, meaning medical attention is needed. This is going to be a problem in places like Florida with so many elderly.
We will know in a couple of weeks if conditions in Florida will lead them to having to do shut downs (as in China, now Italy, and as threatened this morning in Washington state.)
This morning Dr. Fauci recommended that those at higher risk, such as the elderly, to avoid large gatherings of people. Certainly WM fits that category. While many wrestling fans going to WM will be young and not in the high risk category, we must remember that in particular WWE fans tend to be older.
Anyway, this will work out in the coming days. From where I sit today, I’d say there is a non-trivial chance that WM is called off, at least as a public event.