The selected cartoons appeared first in other publications, either in print or online, or on social media, and are credited appropriately.
In today’s featured cartoon, Adam Zyglis takes a shot at US President Donald Trump for his reaction to the rising number of Covid-19 deaths in his country, by drawing a parallel with Shakespeare’s “to be or not to be” soliloquy from Hamlet.
Christian Adams refers to Trump’s assertion in an interview earlier this week that the total coronavirus deaths in the US are “lower than the world”.
Carlos Latuff illustrates how Lebanon and Brazil, which has a significant Lebanese-origin population, are united in grief. A blast in Lebanon’s Beirut left over 150 people dead, while in Brazil, Covid-19 cases and deaths continue to mount.
As fears of a second Covid-19 wave in the UK mount, Brian Adock takes a jibe at Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s latest comment that veganism was a crime against cheese lovers.
Kevin Siers comments on the rampant spread of Covid-19 in the US state of North Carolina.
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