It has been proposed that the starting order for the sprint race would be in reverse-championship standings order.
At present no firm decision about whether to try the reverse grid sprint race to set the grid has been taken, but it has the backing of Liberty bosses.
Despite not gaining an overall blanket exemption, it is understood that the government will now provide flexibility for sports personnel arriving in the United Kingdom providing a detailed plan of travel arrangements and movements within the country is approved.
A non-binding informal show of hands at the meeting suggested that only one team - speculated to be Mercedes - was now opposed, with everyone agreeing to consider the matter further over the next week.
Reverse grids are an attempt by Liberty and the FIA to add interest to the second weekend at the same venue at a time when TV companies have questioned the value of the double-header races. At later events, a more representative championship order will have emerged.
However, such a change to the regulations would again require unanimous approval from the 10 teams as it impacts on this season, and Mercedes is understood to be firmly against the idea, with other teams also holding some reservations. This guidance provides the safe framework for sports to resume competitions.
Formula One's plans envisage races in Asia, the Americas and Middle East but that could change. The sport is expected to announce the European leg of its rescheduled calendar on Monday.
SpaceX Dragon crew capsule docks at International Space Station
While the date is far from being set in stone, NASA and SpaceX are already looking to August 30 for the next Crew Dragon launch. NASA has yet to decide how long Hurley and Behnken will spend at the space station, somewhere between one and four months.
SpaceX Crew Dragon docks with International Space Station
Everything about this first crewed SpaceX mission appears to have been picture-perfect, from its on-time liftoff at 3:22 p.m. The five men posed for photos and then NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine spoke to the crew from mission control in Houston.