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Washtenaw County woman is Michigan’s first known case of coronavirus variant – Detroit Free Press

The woman had recently traveled to the United Kingdom, where the variant originated, and is now the only known case of B.1.1.7 in Michigan.

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A Washtenaw County woman has contracted a coronavirus variant which is believed to be more contagious, the state health department announced Saturday. 
The woman had recently traveled to the United Kingdom, where the variant originated, and is now the only known case of B.1.1.7 in Michigan, which joins 16 other states where the variant has been identified. 
While the woman is the only known case in the state, it is possible there are more that have not been identified. Two new COVID-19 cases have…

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