Chronicling the Covid-19 pandemic: 'Humour is what saves us'

Early on in the Covid-19 pandemic, world-renowned cartoonist Chappatte received a call from a doctor he knew in Geneva, who told him the virus was devastating Italy's health system and that it wouldn't be long before it spread to the rest of Europe. As we now know, it soon did, leading to huge loss of life, global lockdowns and ongoing restrictions on our freedoms. An extraordinary few months that Chappatte has chronicled meticulously in his latest graphic novel "Au coeur de la vague". He joined us for Perspective.