About $2 trillion would be provided to individuals, businesses, and states, among others, in response to the coronavirus pandemic under the Senate-passed version of
The measure, negotiated between the Senate and administration, includes:
- $500 billion for loans and assistance to companies and state and local governments, including $29 billion for loans to U.S. airlines and related businesses. Stock buybacks and executive compensation would be restricted. Additional funds would be provided to aviation workers.
- $349 billion in low-interest small business loans that could be partially forgiven
- Payments of as much as $1,200 for individual taxpayers, and $500 per child, ...