-Will temperature checks need to be taken at top of every call?
Most likely but who is in charge of this. Interested to hear what other industries are doing regarding this? Does this fall on an existing staff member or is it a new position? Health official?
-Sanitation stations, cleaning of surfaces before and after rehearsals.
Some rehearsal spaces I've worked in are just not satisfactory enough, they are old and run down. No matter how much you clean it doesn't feel sanitary.
-What PPE would we expect to wear for cast and crew?
I would hope with adequate health checks and sanitary behaviour we would be able to avoid PPE, especially of a room is big enough to social distance
-Closed rehearsal rooms? Limited access to ASM'S and Proppers? Closed to design team?
Easily done I would think
-Filming of rehearsals to be shared with design teams
Will this mean the company should invest in filming equipment? I never have enough space on my phone to record an entire run.
-Zoom/online production meetings
This has become a regular thing for me as I work with a lot of designers who are based abroad. Generally it works fine, however wifi in rehearsal/meeting rooms will need to work well which it often doesn't
-Storage of coats and bags outside of rehearsal room
Ideal situation yes, also means a less cluttered room which I love. Very often there are no secure places outside the room to do this though.
-Stricter rules around food and drink, everyone provide their own water bottles, tea cups, cutlery etc?
At this stage most people have their own water bottle/keep cup but this should be enforced. I've worked on a good few gigs where water bottles are bought for cast at the beginning of rehearsals. This has always been because of waste/environment etc but a simple email from the CSM before rehearsals start telling people to bring their own should cover it. I wouldn't worry about personal cutlery/plates etc if things are washed properly.