I personally think Crisis management absolutely applies - and I would expect auditors to feel the same. Crisis Management includes food supply disruptions, and as a potential risk that may impact your site's ability to operate (a positive case requiring quarantine, etc.) would qualify. What if your key management or production personnel had to quarantine for 14 days? What would happen if your key personnel work closely with most of your plant, and they were diagnosed? How would you keep operating - or would you? Etc.
For us, we do our meetings out in the 'open' versus a conference room, with everyone 6ft apart or more. We also have everyone's phone number and have done texts as a way to coordinate. A conference call/Zoom/Skype meeting would work as well. We had two cell phones on speaker phone in our last meeting as a way to include our two members working remotely.
We addressed preventative measures, FDA guidance, filed evidence that COVID-19 is not a food safety risk per the CDC (it's important to show you considered it). We are a small facility with a lot of personnel working closely - so we've been building up a 3 week stock of product in the event we have to shut down for 2 weeks. We are fortunate in that we produce only our own branded product, so the customers relying on us are really grocery stores. However - we also checked on vital ingredients that we need to produce. If one of those shut down, do we have alternates we can source?
We've also decided on preventative measures taken within the facility. No truck drivers within the facility, no direct sales to walk-ins, weekly reminders to employees to stay home if they're sick, period. (previously a slightly scratchy throat or minor cold with no fever, jaundice, vomiting, etc. was allowable) We've posted reminders for handwashing, not touching face, weekly meetings reinforcing that. We also established a policy that those with pending Coronavirus tests or a household member with pending tests (or matching symptoms) need to stay home.
With meetings, it's also possible to have two (or however many) of the main decision makers outline the general thinking. This can be drawn up, emailed to members, and then keep the meeting on point by discussing/revising those notes. (Makes text meetings and/or conference calls more productive)