The bill - which still needs to be passed by the Senate and the House - provides direct help to citizens, businesses, hospitals and state and local governments. According to the report, a vote could come in the Senate as soon as today.
According to Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY), checks would be cut April 6.
Key provisions via Bloomberg:
Big Businesses: About $500 billion can be used to back loans and assistance to companies, including $50 billion for loans to U.S. airlines, as well as state and local governments.
Small Businesses: More than $350 billion to aid small businesses, including $10 billion in SBA grants of up to $10,000 for small business costs, and $17 billion for SBA to cover six months of payments for businesses with current SBA loans.
Hospitals: A $150 billion boost for hospitals and other health-care providers for equipment and supplies.
Individuals: Direct payments to lower- and middle-income Americans of $1,200 for each adult, as well as $500 for each child.
Unemployment insurance would be extended to four months, and increased to $600 per week. More workers will be eligible for coverage.
There will also be $30 billion in emergency education funding, $25 billion in transit funding, and $30 billion for the Disaster Relief fund.