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DIY mask tutorial for UK, and China’s anthem sing-along

The best cartoons of the week, chosen by the editors at ThePrint.

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The selected cartoons appeared first in other publications, either in print or online, or on social media, and are credited appropriately.

In this week’s featured cartoon, Bob Moran takes a dig at the UK government’s changed stance on wearing face masks outdoors as the country plans to lift lockdown measures, contrary to its earlier assertion that there is a lack of evidence for such a move.

Chritistian Adams | Standard News

Christian Adam suggests UK Home Secretary Priti Patel’s quaratine proposals for new arrivals to the UK is like closing the stable door when the horse — Covid-19 — has already bolted.

Maarten Wolterink | Cartoon Movement | Twitter

Maarten Wolterink launches a scathing attack against Beijing to illustrate that it’s pulling the strings behind Hong Kong’s controversial bill, passed Thursday, that has made it a crime to insult China’s national anthem.

Dave Brown | Independent

Dave Brown illustrates US President Donald Trump’s threat earlier this week to unleash the military onto the ‘Black Lives Matter’ protestors.

Kevin Siers | Charlotte Observer

Kevin Siers depicts how Trump’s plans to use the US military was backed by the likes of Senator Tom Cotton while condemned by former Secretary of Defense James Mattis.

Tjeerd Royaards | Twitter

Tjeerd Royaards comments on the Black Lives Matter movement in the US, indicating the country’s pillars of equality have been eroded by white supremacy.

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