Beyonce’s former coach Craig Adams dies of COVID-19 … as her mother Tina Knowles praises that he ‘was like a family member’ to the star
Beyonce‘s former coach Craig Adams has died after battling COVID-19, her mother Tina Knowles has confirmed.
Knowles, 67, revealed that Adams died Tuesday night from complications due to coronavirus that had caused him to have kidney failure.
Adams also worked as a security guard for Beyonce when she was in Destiny’s Child, and Knowles described him as being ‘as a family member’ for herself and the star.
Sad news: Beyonce’s former coach Craig Adams dies of COVID-19 … as her mother Tina Knowles pays tribute to ‘being like a family member’ to the star
Tragedy: Knowles, 67, revealed that Adams died Tuesday night from complications due to coronavirus that had caused him to have kidney failure (photo with Beyonce in 2012)
‘I’m broken this morning. “I found out this morning that this amazing man Craig Adams from Houston died last night of Covid,” Knowles wrote on Wednesday.
‘This terrible killer disease attacked his organs, his lungs first caused him to have kidney failure, and just as hard as he struggled, he succumbed to the disease last night,’ she added.
‘Craig was a fitness trainer and was healthy! This is just the latest of many friends and family who lost to Covid. Craig was Beyoncé’s coach and later security for Destiny’s Child! ‘
Loss: Adams also worked as a security for Beyonce when she was in Destiny’s Child, and Knowles described him as being ‘like a family member’ for herself and the star (Pic, 2019)
She concluded: ‘He was like a family member. Such a beautiful human being, kind, loving and gentle. RIP Craig, we love you! ‘
Among the many was COVID-19 can affect humans, the disease can cause blood clots that can clog the kidneys.
Tribute to the Houston-based coach flowed in under Knowles ‘post, where one user commented:’ Oh god, he used to train me !!! This is so sad. He was such a nice man! Oh, I’m so sorry to hear about this loss. ‘
‘So sorry to hear this Miss Tina! This virus is devastating, ‘wrote Yvette Nicole Brown.
HOW SHOULD YOU HEAL TO GET COVID-19 AFTER BEING FULLY VACCINATED?
So-called ‘breakthrough’ COVID-19 cases occur when people get the disease 14 days or more after receiving their second dose of Pfizer-BioNTech or the Moderna vaccine or the Johnson & Johnson one-shot jab.
Clinical trials have shown that the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine is 95% effective in the prevention of symptomatic disease and the Moderna vaccine is 94.5% effective.
Meanwhile, real data showed that the Pfizer jab is 91% effective against all disease for at least six months, and the Moderna vaccine is 90% effective.
This means that fully vaccinated people are between 90% and 95% less likely to develop COVID-19 than unvaccinated people.
In addition, Johnson & Johnson’s vaccine trials showed 72% efficacy in the United States, meaning that those who received the one-shot jab were 72% less likely to contract the disease.
When comparing fully vaccinated people who did and did not get sick, the risk is even lower.
The latest Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) shows that 10,262 of at least 133 million Americans who have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 later contracted the disease.
This means 0.00716% of the people who have completed their vaccine series have tested positive.
It also represents the true odds of getting COVID-19 after full vaccination: less than 0.01%.
What’s more, fully vaccinated people who test positive have mild illnesses and are highly unlikely to be hospitalized or die.
The CDC states that 99.5% of all deaths occur in unvaccinated people.
This means that if the figure applies to the 3,165 Americans who have died so far in July 2021 – July 13 – about 3,150 deaths would be among unvaccinated people and 15 deaths among fully vaccinated.
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