If you’re just joining us, here are some of the biggest headlines from today:

UK quarantine rule: Travelers arriving in the United Kingdom will be required to self-isolate for 14 days starting June 8, the government announced on Friday.

Situation in Italy improves: The number of active Covid-19 cases in Italy dropped by 1,638 on Friday, taking the total to 59,322. The number of new daily deaths is also dropping.

Spikes in Latin America: Brazil’s case count has surged past Russia, making it the country with the second-highest number of cases globally. Peru is extending its state of emergency until the end of June.

Cases top 100,000 across Africa: There are more than 100,000 cases of coronavirus across Africa, with the virus having spread to every country in the continent, the World Health Organization said.

Trump order on reopening churches: The US President announced his administration will deem places of worship “essential,” and threatened to “override” governors if their states did not follow the new federal recommendations. (He does not have the authority to do so.)

The US could have a vaccine in December: In an interview with NPR, Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation’s top infectious disease expert, said he was encouraged by the early results of a vaccine trial by biotech company Moderna.

Investigation into coronavirus outbreak: The US called on the WHO to immediately begin work on an investigation into the source of the coronavirus outbreak and subsequent timeline of events.