There have been numerous reports that the P1 variant of SARS-CoV-2 0 a.k.a. the Brazilian variant - is more lethal to younger generations:
The Guardian: Spreading faster, hitting harder – why young Brazilians are dying of Covid
The Daily Mail: Australia warned about arrival of Brazil's super-deadly Covid variants - as terrifying new strains kill thousands of YOUNG people and threaten to destabilise the world
Al Jazerra: 'A miracle I survived' Younger Brazilians hit by COVID surge
CNN: Why are more young people getting sick with Covid-19 in Brazil?
However the bulk of these media reports focus on individual stories or anecdotal reports. While some statistics in the media reports give slight credence to the notion that the P1 variant is more lethal to the young, others are less convincing, for example the CNN report that:
An AFP analysis of data from that ministry found the number of people aged 30-59 represented about 27% of Covid-19 deaths over the past three months or so -- a 7% increase from pre-December numbers.
So is there any evidence that strongly suggests the P1 variant is significantly more lethal to younger generations?