This heralds probably the single most important health benefit to the lives of millions of Americans to come out of the Coronavirus pandemic. Perhaps reduction in use of fosil fuels and air pollution rivals it, but we'll see which one has the potential to outlast the pandemic.
Reducing meat consumption not only directly improves the lives of meat eaters, but also indirectly in the effect it has on climate change. As is commonly known, raising animals through factory farming has a huge environmental impact largely hidden from public view. I won't go into those details here. They wouldn't mean anything anyway to anyone who flat out denies there's any problems with the meat industry.
This would be a great time to reposition fast food and meat slaughtering and processing plant workers into work that has a positive effect on people's health and doesn't involve raising animals solely for slaughter and consumption. Maybe something in that HUGE pie-in-the-sky infrastructure project that Washington is often touting.
If nothing else, Wendy's might try switching all their meat offerings over to Impossible Burgers. You can make anything taste like anything, thanks to the wonderful world of chemicals.