Brian Adams Vaccine Tests Positive for COVID Second Time in a Month

Brian Adams has revealed he has tested positive for COVID-19 for the second time in a month.

The musician, whose representative said in October he had taken the COVID-19 vaccine, has moved on to Instagram On Thursday, he tested positive for the virus again while landing in Milan, Italy.

Adams, 62, also said he was heading to the hospital, where he shared photos of himself wearing a mask at the airport and an ambulance he was waiting to board.

Commenting on the two photos, the Canadian-born musician wrote: “Here I am, just arrived in Milan and tested positive for Covid for the second time in a month. So I’m going to the hospital for me. Thanks for all your support.”

Adams’ post came weeks after he announced his withdrawal from the scheduled appearance of the Tina Turner rock and roll concert in the Hall of Fame, which took place on October 30, after he tested positive for the new Corona virus.

Brian Adams reveals second positive test for COVID
Brian Adams attends the special screening of “Wounded: The Legacy of War” at Somerset House on Memorial Day, November 11, 2014 in London, England. The musician revealed Thursday that he tested positive for COVID-19 for the second time in a month.
David M. Bennett/Getty Images for Somerset House

The “Please Forgive Me” singer is set to perform in a variety of songs along with Christina Aguilera, Mickey Gayton, and HER.

Duet with Turner – “It’s Only Love” from his 1984 album, reckless– It was on the list. Keith Urban is recruited at 11 to take his place on stage.

A spokesman for Adams said diverse He was fully vaccinated and had no symptoms at the time of his first positive test.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (Center for Disease Control), recurring cases of COVID-19 have been reported, “but remain rare”.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention stated, “In general, re-infection means that a person had (illness) once, recovered, and later became infected again.” “Based on what we know of similar viruses, some infections are expected.”

Noting that the CDC is “still learning more about COVID-19,” the public health agency said, it was “actively working to learn more about infections again to inform public health action.”

Doctor. Anthony FauciDirector of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), He warned that the United States is likely to see more outbreaks Because of the weakened immunity provided by the vaccine, as well as the highly contagious delta variant.

In a Halloween post posted on Instagram, Adams said: “Please don’t worry, yeah, I did have Covid and luckily I didn’t have any symptoms. The bunny had it too, with a bit of a sore throat all night long. But we’re fine.” “

Before returning to the stage in Las Vegas on November 10, Adams shared another social media post: “Tonight is my first show in nearly two years. The irony was getting Covid just before this race started (without symptoms), almost be as if it was planned.

“Yesterday’s review of songs reminded me of how much I lack the camaraderie of my fellow musicians, but it also reminded me that closing was a time to reflect on who we are and closeness to family, and the things that matter. Now that I’m back with my other family, it’s time to rock!”

Brian Adams
Brian Adams performs on stage at the Motorpoint Arena on March 5, 2019 in Cardiff, Wales. The musician’s spokesperson said he was fully vaccinated by the time he tested positive for COVID-19.
Mike Lewis Photography/Redferns

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