From the KSL article about returning to church in Utah (which does give me some hope although there are still too many "recommends" and "shoulds" - which I emphasize in the quotes - in it for me):
The area guidelines recommend only sacrament meetings be held during weekly Sunday services, citing space limitations due to the size of some ward congregations.
SM, only. If the reason is only because of space limitations though that's not going to apply to my ward when we resume. (For clarification I am not in Utah and I'm sure our guidelines will be different when the time comes.)
Following state guidelines, wards should make sure there’s a 6-foot radius between household groups and members should avoid gathering in the church lobbies and are encouraged to wear masks.
Doable where I live, especially in the light of the next quote.
High-risk individuals (those 65 years and older and those with underlying medical conditions) are discouraged from attending an in-person sacrament meeting.
Again, this is literally about half my ward. Our bishop is over 65. I expect the bishop and several others will not follow this guideline if it's part of ours.
The use of hymnbooks and printed programs should also be discontinued, for the time being, the guidelines say.
Shouldn't singing just be discontinued? I like singing and it's an important part of church for me, but I also believe singing exacerbates the spreading of droplets. And how are the Luddites going to sing without the hymnbook anyway?
the guidelines recommend those breaking the bread use hand sanitizer and do so in view of the congregation
In our ward there is a big container of hand sanitizer up there. Maybe somebody reading this 2000 years in the future will surmise that hand sanitizer must have been part of the ordinance like some believe the actual breaking of the bread is. DW said the blessers should be instructed in how to properly use hand sanitizer.
Enough trays should be used so bread pieces can be fully separated from each other and water cups can be spaced out to avoid them being inadvertently touched.
I think this will be difficult with the bread. We do have enough trays, but I don't really see how the bread is supposed to stay separated. I like the water idea.
DW said it should be encouraged that parents get the bread for their small kids.
Those passing the sacrament should offer the tray individually to visitors and not pass it down the row, which has been the custom for Latter-day Saint meetings.
Sacrament trays should be cleaned and disinfected before and after each use
Both good, although again I think some instruction in what constitutes cleaning and disinfecting the trays is in order.
In the absence of knowledge or faith there is always hope.
Once there was a gentile...who came before Hillel. He said "Convert me on the condition that you teach me the whole Torah while I stand on one foot." Hillel converted him, saying: That which is despicable to you, do not do to your fellow, this is the whole Torah, and the rest is commentary, go and learn it."