I should think that social distancing and wearing masks will have to become an everyday thing when not at home. Something very substantial in our lives has to change - we can't just all walk out as if nothing has happened and pick up where we left off, sadly.
People will be very anxious and with good reason. The reality has only been shock and sadness and very bad news, nothing good so far. Perhaps groups should be let out in 'waves' according to their role in society, e.g. school children, those who can't work from home, self-employed etc., and spaces of 2 to 3 weeks could be left between such groups, so that the impact of that, regarding infections, could be monitored and then maybe re-assessments made. Oldies might have to be last but then they'll need all the protection they can get.
We all need hairdressers - so hairdressers working at your home could be a sensible plan to start. All places where people are always in very close proximity, masks or not, should be kept closed, including cafés, restaurants, pubs, gyms, etc.,
Public parks, beaches, etc., could reopen but simply for walking/moving - not gathering of groups, sunbathing, picnics etc., ball games - at least at the start.
Small shops could possibly have a counter in their own doorways to begin with. No one in the shop, owner fetching item to be purchased, no browsing but then no loitering or mixing either. Just to start.
Loved the idea of marking those fools who have never taken this situation seriously and have put others at risk. Like that's ever going to happen....but it brought a smile!
But firstly, coordinated news of PROPER TESTING, then at last some PROPER PLANNING AND REASSURANCE - nothing vague - and PLEASE, SOON, A VACCINE