It depends on where you live. Some states have allowed virtual meetings to continue, which means boards can conduct business via Zoom and other such platforms. One example is North Carolina. Of course, there are some rules and requirements you must follow. It’s best to check your state laws on this to avoid liability.
I manage a community with mostly seniors so virtual meetings were generally more difficult since not everyone here knows how to work with gadgets. Best to consider your membership too when you make this decision.
It depends on the community what’s working or effective. You might also want to consider doing a hybrid meeting. Check this webinar https://hubs.ly/H0YQj3H0 to give you more information on how you can run it effectively. I hope this helps.