Tuesday’s headlines about the global pandemic.

Katie Miller, who is Vice President Mike Pence‘s press secretary and the wife of Trump adviser Stephen Miller, has recovered from the coronavirus and is back at work.

Opera singer Andrea Bocelli revealed today that he had tested positive for COVID-19 back in March and has since recovered. Over the weekend, he donated blood plasma. (Gulf News)

Brevard County, Florida Sheriff Wayne Ivey is encouraging visitors to come watch tomorrow’s (Wednesday) SpaceX rocket launch. (USA Today)

A Houston club has come under fire after a video went viral showing it hosting a crowded pool party with no one wearing a mask of social distancing. (NBC News)

The U.S. ban on travelers arriving from Brazil goes into effect tonight. Brazil has more than 374,000 confirmed cases and more than 23,400 deaths. (USA Today)

There are now more than 5.4 million confirmed cases of coronavirus worldwide and more than 346,000 deaths. (Johns Hopkins)

In the U.S., there are more than 1.6 million confirmed cases and more than 98,000 deaths. (Johns Hopkins)

State health officials are asking all people who crowded into Lake of the Ozarks in Missouri to self-quarantine for 14 days, or until they get a negative coronavirus test. (NBC News)

Officials in Missouri slammed the “irresponsible and dangerous” behavior seen in photos of Memorial Day crowds. (The Hill)

Shoppers in New York heckled a customer out of grocery store because she wasn’t wearing a mask. (Newsweek)

Donald Trump says he stopped taking hydroxychloroquine. (Deadline)

The World Health Organization temporarily stopped hydroxychloroquine trials for a safety review. (FOX News)

California announced churches and houses of worship can reopen with certain guidelines. (FOX News)