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Donald Trump makes America ‘sick again’ & DIY masks for UK

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

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In today’s featured cartoon, Andy Davey slams US President Donald Trump for his suggestion that injecting disinfectant and exposure to UV rays could help treat Covid-19. The cartoonist also takes a dig at the president for advocating the usage of anti-malarial drug hydroxycloroquine despite the lack of any scientific evidence.

Kevin Siers | The Charlotte Observer
Kevin Siers | The Charlotte Observer

Kevin Siers highlights the clash between Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Director Dr Robert Redfield and US President Donald Trump over the “second wave” of Covid-19 while taking a dig at the latter.

Dave Brown | The Independent
Dave Brown | The Independent

Dave Brown pokes fun at UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock’s statement that the government can’t promise all Britons free masks, even if they become mandatory, due to shortages. The Oxford University’s health chief has claimed that Covid-19 can be “wiped out” if 80 to 90 per cent people wear DIY masks.

Mortan Morland | The Times
Mortan Morland | The Times

Mortan Morland takes a dig at British royals Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s letter to four UK tabloids last week severing all ties with them even as the world tackles the deadly Covid-19 pandemic. On Monday, the couple was photographed in masks, delivering meals to the needy in California, US.

Christian Adams | Standard News
Christian Adams | Standard News

Christian Adams highlights the shortage of personal protective equipment and other medical gear for UK’s National Health Service workers.

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