Plastic bags have been overtaken by face masks as one of the most common pieces of plastic waste. In fact, 102 million are thrown every week in the UK alone.
They are coming to school for the start of the 2021 school year as protected as possible from COVID-19.
The owners of UrbnMsk in Barcelona, say they are desperate to see an end to the pandemic, but believe face masks are here to stay.
Commuters not wearing a mask see their face covered with an image of the coronavirus
Authorities dress up in colourful helmets depicting the coronavirus in an attempt to spread awareness.
One is called "the English snail", the other "the Marseille boar". Together, they are walking from Marseille to Paris, collecting thousands of discarded facemasks along the way, as well as plastic bottles and fast food waste
The US President's claims fly in the face of evidence from health experts who say it could be months or longer before a vaccine is ready for mass distribution.