I was sitting to the side saying some Psalms when someone called out, "Gutman, he needs help!"
I looked up and saw that there was a soldier who needed help putting on tefillin. But I am not supposed to be around people yet. All the doctors say that someone my age should not be around people until you have the second Vaccination. But wait a minute, they gave me a blood test and I have antibodies from when I was so sick with the corona. That means that I can (almost) not get it again. And I had the first vaccination over a week ago, so I should be pretty well protected. "Yes," they say, "But," and they go on to give you a long list of how you can't be sure on this and you can't be sure of that, so, "You better stay away until your second vaccination takes hold."
I quickly jumped up, ran over and helped the soldier to put on tefillin. Okay so I cheated a little... but it should felt good!