My two cents based on where we currently stand now:
I think that basic infection control precautions (washing hands, reasonable social distancing, wearing facial coverings when unable to distance, avoiding unnecessary high density enclosed spaces) are here to stay for awhile. They are reasonable and effective and they help reduce more than just COVID.
I think we need to get kids back to school and some degree of normalcy (youth sports, social interactions, etc), taking care when we can to practice basic infection control.
Worship services (church, temple, mosque, etc) are very important to some peoples' lives. They are a calculated risk but that also can be mitigated with some basic infection control precautions, and I think we need to get people back to services as quickly as possible.
As healthcare providers, the most important thing we can do is translate the best evidence based practices to the lay public, and to speak out against pseudoscience and partisian lies with our patients, our families, or friends, and social media/internet.