Memory is a major part of the Jewish ethos. In this week’s parsha we are commanded to mark our liberation from Egypt in time (Passover) and in tactical, physical ways (tefillin), to keep the memory of these events alive. This shared memory shapes how we see the world and who we are as a people. Now, as COVID-19 vaccinations begin to become more available, we are beginning to experience a redemption of sorts. How will we mark these events? What will we do to sustain the memory of COVID and the lessons learned? Rabbi Dov Linzer explains more.