Beyonce and her BeyGOOD Foundation have been aiding in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic in the United States.

And, most recently, the 38-year-old vocalist teamed up with her mother Tina Knowles, 66, to bring mobile COVID-19 to their hometown of Houston, Texas.

She gave a ‘special thanks’ to Tina for her ‘incredible vision’ via Instagram on Friday evening.


Seeing my hometown do their part and get tested today brought me so much joy! H-Town, I love y’all,” continued to Halo singer in the post seen by her 145million followers.

Along with her text, Beyonce shared a slew of snapshots taken at the mobile testing location, which showed citizens lined up in their cars waiting to be seen. Other images captured volunteers approaching driver’s side windows to collect patient information and administer the tests.

She included a touching video of mom Tina on a FaceTime call with a Houston resident who was documenting the the incredible amount of cars lined up outside the operation.


They’re already lined up! Tina, they are already lined up! Look! I am about to cry. It is eight in the morning and they are already lined up,” narrated the resident. Tina, clearly emotional, attempted to hold back her tears.

Beyonce also went on to thank the political figures, major brands, radio stations, and volunteer staff members who worked tirelessly to get the testing up and running.

Along with the vital tests, participants were given essential products, like paper towels, sanitary napkins, and very other paper goods.