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Coronavirus variants are infecting younger people most and tearing through Canada and Minnesota, authorities warn

Government officials in Canada and Minnesota warned the public that new coronavirus variants are infecting most younger people than expected. Cases have fueled as these variants are highly infectious.

First time since January that they reported more than 1,000 daily cases in British Columbia. The variant is adding on to what would have been an increase in cases but in a powerful way, said Michael T. Osterholm, the director of the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy at the University of Minnesota.

First identified in the UK, the said variant is called B.1.1.7. It is more contagious, and mostly the reason for the rise of cases in Minnesota.

B.1.1.7 is the foremost common coronavirus variant in British Columbia. Also, in the US, this variant is the most common variant with 16,000 cases reported.

Most new cases in Canada are in younger people, the relatively higher number of young people catching the coronavirus may well be due to the vaccine. It is tallied that 32% of Americans and 15% of Canadians have already had at least one dose of the vaccine.

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