Mother Fears The Worst In Disappearance Of Daughter Jessica Vanzant Dietzel Missing From Georgia Home More Than A Month A 21-year-old Georgia mother has been missing for over a month and her family told Dateline they are worried something terrible happened to her. Jessica Vanzant Dietzel, who had been living in Leesburg, Georgia, was last in contact with her family in mid-February. “We spoke on the phone and she seemed fine,” Jessica’s mother, Kristina Johnson, told Dateline. Kristina lives nearby in Lee County. “But over the next few days, I tried to message her on Facebook and… nothing.
Lewis Hamilton is making a difference in fight against racism, says Toto Wolff The Mercedes team principal, Toto Wolff, has praised Lewis Hamilton as an ambassador for Formula One in speaking out against racism. Wolff said he knew that race is an issue Hamilton has always had to deal with and that it has informed the driver’s anger at the killing of George Floyd. Hamilton has been vocal on Instagram over the past three days. Harry And Meghan Bid Farewell On Last Day As British Royals LONDON — Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, came to the end of their roles as working British royals on Tuesday, bidding farewell to fans on their official Instagram account, adding that "while you may not see us here, the work continues." The couple stunned the public in January, when they announced they intended to "step back" from the royal family, divide their time between the United Kingdom and North America and start paying their own bills. "Thank you to this community — for the support, the inspiration and the shared commitment to the good in the world. We look forward to reconnecting with you soon. You’ve been great!" the couple wrote online.
Tottenham reveal unnamed player has tested positive for coronavirus Tottenham have revealed that one of their players has tested positive for Covid-19 and will self-isolate for seven days, although he is not experiencing any symptoms of the virus. The London club want to keep his identity confidential. It is understood he is not a key first-team player. 11 Vets Die At Massachusetts Soldiers' Home; 5 Tested Positive For COVID-19 The superintendent of a veterans facility in Massachusetts was placed on leave Monday, the same day it was reported that 11 residents had died, including at least five who had tested positive for the coronavirus illness COVID-19. A state official said test results are pending for five others who died at the Soldiers' Home in Holyoke. The status of the 11th person who died was unknown. Eleven other residents have tested positive, as well as five staff members, and 25 more veteran residents are awaiting test results.
Apple and Google release marks 'watershed moment' for contact-tracing apps Apple and Google have released a software tool that will make it possible for nations to release coronavirus contact-tracing apps that adopt the firms' privacy-centric model. It offers developers access to added Bluetooth functionality to solve a problem existing apps have of iPhones sometimes failing to detect each other. Android and iOS device owners will have to carry out system upgrades. Okaloosa Island Condo Rentals Fort Walton Beach Property ManagementAbout UsVacation GuideContact Us Hours Mon - Fri: 9AM - 5:30PM Sat, Sun: 8AM - 3PM Emergency: 24x7 Fort Walton Beach Vacation Property Management Services in Florida
Trump says US topping world virus cases is 'badge of honour' Media playback is unsupported on your device President Donald Trump has argued it is "a badge of honour" that the US has the world's highest number of confirmed Covid-19 infections. "I look at that as, in a certain respect, as being a good thing because it means our testing is much better," he said at the White House. The US has 1.5 million coronavirus cases and nearly 92,000 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University. In second place is Russia, with nearly 300,000 confirmed cases. What did Trump say?
As meat plants idle, California has no shortage of fish, dairy SAN DIEGO — The coronavirus lockdown has reduced fisherman Pete Grillo's operation to a folding table and Igloo coolers under a blue canopy at the foot of a rickety wood pier along Driscoll's Wharf. Even as restaurant suppliers have all but disappeared as customers, the purveyor of yellowfin tuna on Wednesday sold out of yellowfin that hit the dock Friday. "This is the last of 30,000 pounds," said seller Ben Stephens, 24. California isn't immune to pork, beef and chicken supply issues, but it does have its own food ecosystem, which includes an abundance of fish and the availability of regional beef and chicken, experts say.
Trump and Johnson aren't replaying the 1930s – but it's just as frightening The anger that should be directed at billionaires is instead directed by them. Facing inequality and exclusion, poor wages and insecure jobs, people are persuaded by the newspapers billionaires own and the parties they fund to unleash their fury on immigrants, Muslims, the EU and other “alien” forces. From the White House, his Manhattan tower and his Florida resort, Donald Trump tweets furiously against “elites”. Dominic Cummings hones the same message as he moves between his townhouse in Islington, with its library and tapestry room, and his family estate in Durham. Clearly, they don’t mean political or economic elites. They mean intellectuals: the students, teachers, professors and independent thinkers who oppose their policies.
White House Doctor Says Trump Doesn't Need Coronavirus Test The president does not need to take a test to determine if he's positive for coronavirus because two interactions he had with known patients were "low risk," a White House doctor said in a memo released Friday. The memo was made public hours after Trump said he would be tested. "Not for that reason, but because I think I will do it anyway," the president said Friday when asked about his interaction at his Mar-a-Lago resort last weekend with an aide to Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, Fabio Wajngarten, who turned up positive. Let our news meet your inbox. The news and stories that matters, delivered weekday mornings. Physician to the president, Sean P.
Complicated history of Swing Low, Sweet Chariot needs to be taught and honoured Even back before it became a flashpoint in the culture wars, there were all sorts of stories about why, how and when the Twickenham crowd took to singing Swing Low, Sweet Chariot. For a long time it was supposed to have started as a spontaneous celebration of Chris Oti’s hat-trick against Ireland in 1988. Then a researcher turned up footage of fans singing it at the Middlesex Sevens in 1987, when Martin Offiah was playing for Rosslyn Park.
Coronavirus Is Now A Pandemic. The World Health Organization on Wednesday officially declared the novel coronavirus a pandemic. The WHO defines a pandemic as "the worldwide spread of a new disease." There are now more than 118,000 confirmed coronavirus cases reported across at least 114 countries.