A cartoon showing someone attempting to hire delivery vans to deliver the Covid-19 coronavirus vaccine to hospitals etc. He can’t hire any delivery vans because they are all being used for delivering online Christmas shopping.
The vaccines have been developed by Pfizer/BioNTech, Oxford/AstraZenica and Moderna.
A cartoon about the logistics of delivering the vaccine for the Covid-19 virus over Christmas.
A cartoon or illustration showing the Covid-19 coronavirus being attacked by syringes of vaccines.
The illustration is drawn in a style to suggest that the Covid-19 virus is an alien form and the syringes of vaccine are rockets, planes or missiles that are attacking the virus.
A cartoon about the pandemic caused by the covid-19 virus.
Cartoon about the pandemic of conspiracy theories about the covid-19 pandemic.
The conspiracy theories about the origin of the covid-19 coronavirus include it being created in a Chinese lab, being released by Bill Gates so that he can control the world, and that it is caused by G5 signals from phone masts.
A cartoon about conspiracy theories, gullibility, psychological delusion, going viral.
Covid-19 coronavirus lockdown rules cartoon regarding funerals and political demonstrations.
A cartoon pointing out the problem that thousands of people were allowed to gather for political protests over the weekend with only mild criticism over the fact that it broke the coronavirus lockdown rules (justifiably or not, depending on your viewpoint), while the rules state that, for instance, only ten people can gather for a funeral.
I’m sure that in the near future funeral-goers will ignore the lockdown rules and will attend in larger numbers on the grounds that their reason for attending is justifiable.
Last week Dominic Cummings, the prime minister’s adviser, was in hot water because he chose to defy the lockdown rules relating to covid-19.
This week thousands of demonstrators chose to defy the lockdown too.
Does that take the pressure off Cummings, as the demonstrators are potentially much more likely to spread the coronavirus, yet they haven’t come in for the same criticism (justifiably or not, depending on your point of view).
Covid-19 coronavirus, social distancing and political demonstrations.
A cartoon about the tension between the need for social distancing and the right to attend political demonstrations – as highlighted by the recent Black Lives Matter demonstrations linked to the death of George Floyd.
The dilemma is not linked to the cause advocated by the demonstrations, and would apply no matter what the cause.
Covid-19 coronavirus cartoon – enforcing the lockdown.
As part of the coronavirus lockdown people are allowed outside only for limited reasons, one being taking exercise.
In city parks the police have been moving people on who they see sitting on park benches, as this is not exercise.
A cartoon about policing the lockdown, social isolating.
Drawn: April 2020
Covid-19 coronavirus cartoon – a myth about how it started.
A cartoon about the myth that the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic started because the virus was released from a lab in China.
The person in the cartoon is saying “Here’s a REALLY worrying virus-myth statistic – an incredible 75% of the population don’t believe it started in a lab!”
The point of the cartoon is that people who believe that the virus started in a lab are just as certain that they are right as the people who believe that it wasn’t. The believers in the theory think that they are clear-sighted enough to see round the official obfuscation about the matter.
A cartoon about conspiracy theories, gullibility, psychological delusion.