Lori Loughlin and her husband were allowed to plead guilty during a Zoom proceeding. The start of the hearing was delayed because the attorneys had trouble figuring out the new fangled technology (as an attorney trying to figure out videoconferencing, I sympathize). This is not special treatment. Most courthouses are closed and many proceedings are taking place via zoom (my court isn't even that up to date, we are still doing teleconferences). They were allowed to stay home and be on the conference instead of having to fly to Boston.
Sentencing set for August 21. based on the guidance I am getting from my local federal court, that will probably be via Zoom too. Their trial likely would have been put off as jury trials are unlikely to resume in federal courts before the end of the year due to social distancing. Unless something drastic happens, expect them to get home confinement because even by fall no one is going to be sending nonviolent offenders to jail And face it, this isn't even a top 100 heineous non-violent offense. It's entitled as hell, but there is a lot worse going on.