I'm not sure if you can access this link in the States but it was on the BBC website this morning:
Here's a snippet:
St Paul's Cathedral may have to close permanently if more regular funding is not found, bosses have warned.
The world-famous London landmark relies almost entirely on tourist income from ticket sales and has seen its finances devastated by the pandemic.
The building's income dropped by 90% in 2020 as it remained shut. There has been a similar fall so far this year.
Dean of St Paul's, the Very Rev Dr David Ison, said "big decisions" were needed for the historic building.
St Paul's is facing its worst financial crisis in 300 years, according to those who run it.
Many cultural sites and businesses need foreign tourist dollars. Domestic tourism doesn't cut it for lots of businesses/ cultural sites.