Fedora-35 kernel packages for reading USBs

Since upgrading from Fedora 33 to 35, I have less access to data on USB drives depending on how they are formatted. For example, attaching my normal qubes backup USB and trying to access it now results in:

Error mounting /dev/sdb1 at /run/media/user/…: Filesystem type ntfs3,ntfs not configured in kernel.

Indeed, I upgraded the kernel while going through upgrade steps for the fedora-35 template. Do I need to install additional packages now to add support for this kernel to access ntfs disks?

Also, it would be nice to be able to access exfat and other popular filesystems.I get the same error verbatim, ...exfat not configured in kernel.

What’s the best way to setup my Fedora-35 template so that I can read as many attached disks as possible, assuming they have sane filesystems?

You are probably missing the ntfs-3g package.