Cartoon comic about Corona, sports clubs and the financial situation. A player sets up to shoot, the goalkeeper says: shoot carefully, we can’t afford a new goal right now.
Cartoon comic about the payment of caregivers in the health care system. Clapping isn’t enough for us. a person is lying injured on the ground and yells, “Hey, you’ve got to help me!” The EMTs respond, “We do. we clap for you.” And clap for the patient.
Cartoon comic about Corona and carnival. The corona virus is hunted by people in carnival costumes. A vaccination syringe, disinfectant, and one with a landing net put it to flight.
Cartoon comic about corona hairstyles: A person is at the hairdresser and is asked by the barber corona virus: Long in the front and long in the back?
Cartoon about home office due to Corona. A man works on building an engine with the support of home office. Your left or mine?
Cartoon on building inspection and safety: Two officials from the building authority are inspecting a climbing and bouldering gym. They criticize the lack of stairs and say that a staircase and railings must be installed.
Cartoon about the shortage of daycare spots. A mother runs to the daycare center with her child at dawn so that she can still get a spot and she can go to work.
Cartoon about electricity, energy, smartphones: Two people stand in front of an old antique mill and ask: Is this how they used to charge their cellphones?
Cartoon on the situation around the cormorant. It hunts too much and its faeces endanger trees. So now all cormorants go to the cormorant school and learn how to buy fish properly and how to go to the toilet properly.
Cartoon on rubbish in the sea: A seagull stands on a huge rubbish mountain of plastic bottles and proudly says to another seagull: “My rubbish mountain is from Coca-Cola.”
Rubbish in the sea
Cartoon comic about curfew and contact ban: only two people from different households are allowed to meet. On a ski mountain, six skiers rattle into each other. Clearly a corona violation!
Cartoon comic about the curfew. Now that the curfew has been lifted in some places, people have more opportunities to be bored outside. Without cinema, without party, without meeting, without restaurants and pubs.