Folk need to realize that saying "But I have access to a real Christian church, which has defied the pressures of the birdemic-fake-response and remained open" is Not an answer to the problem of Christians now.
It certainly is a good thing if you do have such access - but it is not an answer because (as of her and 2021) many Christians do not have access to a real church.
Either because there are no real Christian churches accessible (or maybe none in a denomination that they would regard as valid).
Because they do not have access to these churches: maybe too far away; or because the buildings are shut due to lockdowns; the priests/ pastors have stopped work or been stopped; or because the people cannot, or are not allowed to, travel to a real church.
What the "But I have access to a real church" people are indirectly saying amounts to "You can do nothing by yourself, therefore just wait until some priest (for catholic Christians), or some gathering of devout people (for protestant Christians), sorts-out a church of real Christians that you are able to attend"...
This is a counsel of passivity, waiting, hoping for better times - but actually doing nothing substantive. Because (according to such Christians) nothing can be done by one Christian, alone.
Unless you can do it alone, and without permission or help from any other persons; then nowadays, it probably is Not going to be done.
And if this state-of-affairs (of a church being organized for you) does not happen - well that's tough.
You can't be a Christian, because (they assert) if you aren't in a church (that I approve of) then you can't be a Christian.
(e.g. Either because you have no access to priests and sacraments, or because you are not gathering.)
I think we all need to understand that this situation is not an accident.
On the one hand, Christians have too often (usually) painted themselves into a corner. They have made Christianity a mandatory group religion; such that there is no concept of an unaffiliated, or solo, real Christian: only of church members. ("The church" is primary, specific individual human members are at best secondary, at worst just an Optional Extra.)
On the other hand, for many Christians in many circumstances church is not an option, being corrupt, unavailable, inaccessible, or shut without any assurance of ever again opening (or opening only with strict and anti-Christian, anti-human, controls and conditions).
Church First worked fine in history when there were both real and accessible Christian churches, but cannot work when there are not.
The double-bind is Must Church... but No Church.
And the only way out is for individuals to re-examine the assumption Must Church with its sub-implications Must Priest and/or Must Group.
If it turns-out that - after all - any individual can be a real Christian on his own and without the cooperation of any other person or people, or institutions, or laws - then there is No Fundamental Problem with being a Christian in 2021; or at any other time or in any other circumstance.
So, if you are one of the Christians who believe they must be part of a church but no church is available; then (while you are waiting for some other people to solve your impasse), you might as well expend some serious time and effort re-examine your assumption that church membership is necessary in order for you to be a Christian.
And you might start with prayer and meditation on this theme; to see if you can discern what God, Jesus Christ, or the Holy Ghost has to say on the matter.