Cuban cartoonists face the COVID-19 crisis

Cuban cartoonists confront COVID-19 with humour and a nasobuco (facemask).

"Japanese greeting? Cuban precaution."
Image: Juventud Rebelde
"Yesterday I travelled from a bill to a counter, from there followed a tube on a bus, then ended up on the keyboard of a computer."
Cuban cartoonists suggest another way to face the virus – laughing but with a nasobuco (facemask). Author: Falco. Published March 15.
"Grandma, what a big mask you have! All the better to protect us."

[From Juventud Rebelde. Edited and translated by Walter Lippman.]

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