CLEVELAND, Ohio – Read the latest coronavirus news from around the world, get updates from the Derek Chauvin trial in Minnesota and see more stories trending online today.

Top stories

Police Chief: Derek Chauvin Violated Minneapolis Policies On Use Of Force (NPR)

Key takeaways from Day 6 of Derek Chauvin’s trial in George Floyd’s death (ABC News)

Democrats Can Bypass GOP On Multiple Infrastructure Bills, Parliamentarian Says (Forbes)

MLB reportedly giving All-Star game to Denver after pulling it from Atlanta due to Georgia’s new voting laws (CBS)

Vladimir Putin — already Russia’s longest leader since Stalin — signs law that may let him stay in power until 2036 (USA Today)

Supreme Court dismisses case over Donald Trump and Twitter critics (AP)

Coronavirus news

Michigan becomes newest COVID-19 epicenter (CBS News)

Biden set to announce he’s moving deadline for all US adults to be eligible for Covid vaccine to April 19 (CNN)

CDC updates guidance on disinfectants vs. soap to stop COVID’s spread on surfaces (ABC)

Politicization of ‘vaccine passports’ could aggravate GOP hesitancy, experts warn (NBC News)

Covid-19: Johnson & Johnson Put in Charge of Plant That Ruined Millions of Vaccine Doses (NY Times)

Australia and New Zealand to start quarantine-free travel (BBC)

People who’ve had COVID-19 need just one shot, research suggests (Business Insider)

Other trending headlines

No second breach at Florida toxic wastewater reservoir; work resumes to prevent collapse (NBC)

Hunter Biden’s Memoir Goes Long On Addiction, Short On Corporate Work (NPR)

2021 NCAA Championship winners and losers: Baylor’s guards shine as Gonzaga misses a chance at history (CBS Sports)

Vikings’ CB Turns Himself in to Police, Faces Felony Assault Charge (Bleacher Report)

Paul Pierce fired by ESPN after racy Instagram Live post (Boston.com)