Amy Mays

Amy Mays is an experienced journalist who has spent her career reporting for major news organizations. She has five years of experience in politics and news. Amy has experience in various topics, including environmental issues, business, and politics.
Majority Of COVID Patients In German ICUs Not Vaccinated

Majority Of COVID Patients In German ICUs Not Vaccinated

German hospital data released on Thursday shows that most COVID-19 patients in intensive care are not vaccinated. Germany’s intensive care association DIVI found that 62% of its ICU patients without known vaccine status had not been immunized against the Coronavirus. Germany has about a quarter of its population without vaccinations. The report said nearly 10%

NATO To Hold Foreign Ministers Meeting Over Ukraine

NATO To Hold Foreign Ministers Meeting Over Ukraine

NATO has announced Tuesday that its 30 member nations will hold a virtual meeting this week to assess the situation in Ukraine and progress in negotiations with Russia. In an extraordinary meeting on Friday, the alliance’s members will commence a week of intense diplomacy aimed at easing tensions between the former Cold War foes and

Universal Orlando Reinstates Mask Rule As COVID Cases Rise

Universal Orlando Reinstates Mask Rule As COVID Cases Rise

Because of the recent emergence of COVID-19 cases caused by the omicron variant, Universal Orlando is reintroducing its mask requirements as of Christmas Eve. There have been four times as many Coronavirus cases daily in Florida in the past week, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. CDC reports a 12% increase in

Fort Worth Shooting Leaves Two Injured, One Critically, Monday Night

A shooting in Fort Worth left two people injured, one of them critically. Police are investigating the incident.Around 8:45 p.m., the incident occurred on Las Vegas Court near 8600 block. Police from West Division responded to the shooting, which was reported as being a shooting. The Fort Worth Police Department said that they located a

People Find Late Loved Ones On Google Maps

Searching through Google Street View for strange things or bizarre moments captured in freezeframe has become some-sort of niche internet pastime for millennials. While, most of the things found on Google Street View are somewhat embarrassing moments that you would want to be removed, but it has also brought happiness among some groups of people,

Covid-19 Was in the US Weeks Before Reported by States

Recent insights have shown that US citizens were at risk long before it was initially believed. A study that was published on 15 June 2021 in the Clinical Infectious Diseases journal.  This study shows that out of 24,079 participants’ blood samples that were taken between Jan. 2, 2020 and March 18, 2020, 9 of those