Economy Measure Code Measure Currency Code Amount (Local) Amount (USD) Source Details
United Kingdom 05 05 - Health and income support GBP 199,362,200,000 246,830,792,916
United Kingdom 05A 05A - Health support GBP 11,401,400,000 14,116,099,252 Office for Budget Responsibility. (accessed 3 May 2020); GOV.UK. (accessed 24 May 2020); GOV.UK. (accessed 21 July 2020); GOV.UK. (accessed 25 July 2020); GOV.UK. (accessed 30 July 2020); GOV.UK. (accessed 6 August 2020); GOV.UK. (accessed 8 August 2020); GOV.UK. (accessed 17 August 2020); GOV. UK. (accessed 19 August 2020); GOV.UK. (accessed 27 August 2020); GOV.UK. (accessed 31 August 2020); GOV.UK. (accessed 3 September 2020); GOV.UK. (accessed 18 September 2020); GOV.UK. (accessed 19 September 2020); GOV.UK. (accessed 22 September 2020); GOV.UK. (accessed 28 September 2020).

(i) April, GBP10 billion for the National Health Service (NHS) and other public services to tackle the virus; (ii) May 17, UK’s top researchers rapidly working to find a coronavirus vaccine will benefit from GBP84 million of new government funding; (ii) No amount/estimate: July 20, The government is setting up face covering production lines in cooperation with UK manufacturers. Ten production lines have been procured and a further ten British production lines are being made with government support. The manufacturers will produce millions of masks each week; (iii) July 23, GBP100 million will be used to fund a state-of-the-art Cell and Gene Therapy Catapult Manufacturing Innovation Centre to accelerate the mass production of a successful COVID-19 vaccine; (iv) No amount/estimate: July 29, A deal to secure early access to a promising new COVID-19 vaccine has been announced. The agreement with GSK and Sanofi Pasteur will supply an additional 60 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine, which means that the government has now secured early access to four different types of immunization and a total of 250 million doses; (v) No amount/estimate: August 3, Government partners with pharmaceutical and biotech organization Wockhardt to accelerate vaccine manufacturing; (vi) No amount/estimate: August 5, UK government and Valneva (global biotech company) undertake a joint investment in a vaccine manufacturing facility in Livingston. This will enable the government secure access to 60 million doses of Valneva's promising vaccine candidate; (vii) August 16, The National Academy for Social Prescribing (NASP) has been awarded GBP5 million in funding to support people to stay connected and maintain their health and wellbeing following the COVID-19 pandemic; (viii) August 18, The government creates a new National Institute for Health Protection, which will have a single command structure to advance the country’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic; (ix) August 25, GBP8 million to boost pupil and teacher well-being; (x) August 28, The UK government is investing GBP8.4 million in COVID-19 immunology research projects, including at the universities of Edinburgh, Glasgow and Dundee; (xi) September 3, New GBP500 million funding package will be invested in next generation testing technology and increased testing capacity; (xi) September 17, 25 hospitals will receive a share of GBP150 million in funding to upgrade, reduce overcrowding and improve infection control ahead of winter [upgrade]; (xii) September 18, There is a new social care winter plan to support care homes through winter including free PPE and GBP546 million Infection Control Fund. It aims to curb the spread of COVID-19 infections in care settings throughout the winter months; (xiii) No amount/estimate: September 21, Two new Lighthouse Labs will be set up in Newcastle, and Bracknell, to increase testing capacity [update]; (xiv) No amount/estimate: The government has published a new PPE strategy setting out a data-driven approach to building further resilience in the supply chain to respond to rising rates of coronavirus infection [update].

United Kingdom 05B 05B - Income support GBP 187,960,800,000 232,714,693,664 OECD. (acessed 15 May 2020); Office for Budget Responsibility. (accessed 3 May 2020); GOV.UK. (accessed 31 May 2020); GOV.UK. (accessed 5 June 2020); GOV.UK. (accessed 18 June 2020); GOV.UK. (accessed 24 June 2020); Financial Times. (accessed 20 June 2020); Department for the Economy. (accessed 2 July 2020); GOV.UK. (accessed 6 July 2020); GOV.UK. (accessed 6 July 2020); GOV.UK. (accessed 9 July 2020); GOV.UK. (accessed 12 July 2020); GOV.UK. (accessed 18 July 2020); GOV.UK. (accessed 2 July 2020); GOV.UK. (accessed 22 July 2020); GOV.UK. (accessed 25 July 2020); GOV.UK. (accessed 28 July 2020); GOV.UK. (accessed 30 July 2020); GOV. UK. (accessed 30 July 2020); GOV.UK. (accessed 3 August 2020); GOV.UK. (accessed 4 August 2020); GOV.UK. (accessed 5 August 2020); GOV.UK. (accessed 8 August 2020); GOV.UK. (accessed 19 August 2020); GOV.UK. (accessed 20 August 2020); Department for the Economy. (accessed 20 August 2020); GOV.UK. (accessed 21 August 2020); GOV.UK. (accessed 21 August 2020); Department for the Economy. (accessed 27 August 2020); GOV.UK. (accessed 28 August 2020); Department for the Economy. (accessed 3 September 2020); GOV.UK . (accessed 9 September 2020); GOV.UK. (accessed 10 September 2020); GOV.UK. (accessed 10 September 2020); GOV.UK. (accessed 11 September 2020); GOV.UK. (accessed 15 September 2020); GOV.UK. (accessed 18 September 2020); GOV.UK. (accessed 18 September 2020) GOV.UK. (accessed 19 September 2020); GOV.UK. (accessed 19 September 2020); GOV.UK. (accessed 21 September 2020); GOV.UK. (accessed 22 September 2020); GOV.UK. (accessed 23 September 2020); Department of the Economy. (accessed 24 September 2020); GOV.UK. (accessed 25 September 2020); GOV.UK. (accessed 29 September 2020).

(i) March 20, VAT payments of around GBP30 billion for the 2nd quarter of 2020 are deferred until 2021; (ii) April: (a) Employment support: Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (GBP42 billion; as of June 4, estimate was GBP54 billion), Self-employed income support scheme (GBP10 billion; as of June 4, estimate was GBP15 billion) (b) Household Support: Statutory sick pay support (GBP1 billion), Welfare package (GBP7 billion; as of June 4, estimate was GBP8 billion), Local authority funding to support vulnerable people (GBP0.5 billion); Suspending benefit recovery (no amount yet); (c) Business support: Small business grant schemes (GBP15 billion), Business rates package (GBP13 billion), Off-payroll working delay extension to private sector by 1 year (GBP1.2 billion), VAT on e-publications - early introduction (GBP0.1 billion, June 4); (d) Funds for devolved administrations (GBP3.5 billion = GBP1.6 billion local + GBP1 billion Scotland + GBP0.6 billion Wales + GBP0.3 billion Northern Ireland.); (f) Railway services operation (GBP3.5 billion); (iii) April 8, Charities across the UK will receive a GBP750 million package of support to ensure they can continue their vital work during COVID. September 15, GBP6 million of funding for 100 military charities. September 25, Charities will receive a share of GBP1 million boost as part of the government’s GBP10 million emergency fund to support domestic abuse victims and their families during the pandemic; (iv) May 23, GBP15 million to support the Citizens Advice Service during COVID-19 pandemic ; (v) May 29, the Self-Employment Support Scheme is extended until August, but government contribution will be slowly tapered from 80% of the salary in June to 60% in October. September 24, the government is continuing its support for millions of self-employed individuals by extending the Self Employment Income Support Scheme Grant (SEISS) ( [update]; (vi) June 9, GBP38 million support package for debt advice providers so they can continue helping people affected by COVID; (vii) June 19, Schools will receive GBP1 billion to help pupils catch up after coronavirus and provide for a national tutoring program; (viii) May 19 & June 23, GBP2.4 million funding to alleviate student hardship; (ix) June 24, GBP105 million to keep 15,000 vulnerable people off the streets during coronavirus pandemic; (x) June 29, GBP200 million Sustainable Innovation Fund to help businesses drive forward cutting-edge new technology and recover from the impacts of coronavirus. This funding, delivered through Innovate UK, forms part of a wider GBP750 million package of grants and loans announced in April; (xi) July 5, Cultural and heritage organizations to be protected with GBP1.57 billion support package (; (xii) July 8, Plan for Jobs includes: (a) GBP9.4 billion: Job Retention Bonus, (b) GBP2.1 billion Kickstart Scheme, (c) GBP1.6 billion in scaling up employment support schemes, training, and apprenticeship. August 1, A new online and telephone support - Redundancy Support Service for Apprentices (ReSSA) is launched, (d) GBP8.7 billion infrastructure package, decarbonization, and Green Homes Grant, (e) GBP0.5 billion: Eat Out to Help Out discount scheme, (f) GBP4.1 billion: Reduced rate of VAT for hospitality, accommodation and attractions. September 24, the government will extend the temporary 15% VAT cut for the tourism and hospitality sectors to the end of March 2021 ( [update] , (g) GBP3.8 billion: Stamp Duty Land Tax temporary cuts ( ; (xiii) July 16, Allocations for individual councils to help deliver essential services during the COVID-19 pandemic (GBP500 million); (xiv) July 18, GBP266 million housing fund ( September 17, GBP91.5 million is allocated to 274 councils in England to help house vulnerable people during the pandemic; (xv) July 21, No amount/estimate: Nearly 1 million public sector workers (e.g., police officers, teachers, doctors, etc.) will be given above-inflation pay increases; (xvi) July 24, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales will receive a minimum of GBP3.7 billion in additional funding (; (xvii) July 27, Councils are given GBP800,000 so they continue to modernize and improve delivery of public services, as they respond to COVID; (xviii) July 30, GBP20 million new funding for smaller businesses to recover (; (xix) July 28, GBP500 million to assist film and television production struggling to secure insurance for COVID-related costs; (xx) August 3, GBP100 million funding for zoos and aquariums, which need support following a drop in income due to COVID; (xxi) No amount estimate: August 5, Working parents eligible for Tax-Free Childcare whose incomes have fallen below the minimum requirement due to COVID will continue to receive financial support until October 2020; (xxi) GBP20 million to improve small business leadership and problem-solving skills in the wake of coronavirus; (xxii) August 5, GBP1.3 billion funds to deliver up to 45,000 homes, create up to 85,000 jobs and upgrade skills and infrastructure to help fuel a green economic recovery; (xxiii) No amount/estimate: August 13, New law to ensure furloughed employees receive full redundancy payments; (xxiv) No amount/estimate: August 18, Disabled people can now benefit from financial support to work from home, thanks to an extension to the Access to Work scheme; (xxv) August 21, ‘Acceleration Unit’ launched to speed up delivery of transport projects. This coincides with around GBP360 million of investment to build back better from COVID-19; (xxvi) August 21, A new productivity institute is announced to boost wage growth and living standards. This new institute in Manchester will boost ground-breaking research to explore how to increase productivity, boost wages, and support the economic recovery. Government's share is GBP30 million; (xxvii) No amount/estimate: August 24, Economy Minister has launched a new tourism program to provide financial assistance up to GBP200,000 to support tourism providers; (xxviii) No amount/estimate: August 27, New payment for people on low incomes in areas with high rates of COVID-19, who need to self-isolate and can’t work from home; (xxix) August 27, There is an additional GBP17.2 million funding to help bolster local apprenticeship system as it battles the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic;(xxx) No amount/estimate: September 8, A ‘bounce-back’ plan of trade measures for the consumer and retail industry has been announced to help support businesses impacted by COVID-19 (; (xxxi) September 8, New GBP1 million Digital Selling Capability Grant to help retailers and wholesalers generate business online ( [update]; (xxxii) No amount/estimate: September 9, Businesses in England required to close due to local lockdowns or targeted restrictions will now be able to receive grants worth up to GBP1,500 every three weeks. This is in addition to businesses eligibility for the government’s existing schemes of support to businesses [update]; (xxxiii) September 11, Businesses with creative ideas to boost the UK's manufacturing capacities set to receive GBP300 million of joint government and industry funding. The government will invest GBP147 million; (xxxiv) September 14, Grants from the government's GBP40 million Green Recovery Challenge Fund are now available to help the nation build back greener from the COVID-19 pandemic (; (xxxv) No amount/estimate: September 16, Commercial tenants will be protected from the risk of eviction until the end of 2020 helping businesses to protect jobs (; (xxxvi) No amount/estimate: September 21, GBP500 Isolation Support Payment will be given to people on low incomes who can’t work because they’ve tested positive or are asked to self-isolate by NHS Test and Trace [update]; (xxxvii) September 22, Government has announced an initial GBP60 million to support additional enforcement activity by local authorities and the police, in addition to funding that has already been awarded [update]; (xxxviii) No amount/estimate: September 24, The Job Support Scheme is designed to protect viable jobs in businesses who are facing lower demand over the winter months due to Covid-19, and will open on 1 November 2020 and run for 6 months ( [update]; (xxxix) September 28, Lifetime Skills Guarantee will give adults the chance to take free college courses valued by employers. GBP2.5 billion is also being made available through the National Skills Fund to help get people working again after COVID, as well as giving those in work the chance to train for higher-skilled, better-paid jobs ( [update].

United Kingdom 09 09 - International Assistance Provided GBP 159,029,765 196,895,113
United Kingdom 09A 09A - Swaps GBP
United Kingdom 09B 09B - International loans/grants GBP 159,029,765 196,895,113 IMF. (accessed 19 April 2020); GOV.UK. (accessed 12 August 2020)/; GOV.UK. (accessed 3 September 2020); GOV.UK. (accessed 10 September 2020).

United Kingdom as donor-country: (i) The government has made available GBP150 million to the IMF’s Catastrophe Containment and Relief Trust; (ii) August 11, United Kingdom supports the implementation of protocols against COVID-19 in municipal markets in Guatemala, with funding of GTQ300,000 (GBP29,765); (iii) September 2, The United Kingdom announces GBP1.8 million funding to strengthen COVID-19 health sector preparedness and response in the Pacific, including Papua New Guinea, through the World Health Organization; (iv) September 5, The UK government invests GBP7.2 million in 20 new research projects to address the impact of COVID-19 on the world’s most vulnerable communities. Projects include delivering mass vaccination capacity in Bangladesh, protective equipment for refugees in Jordan and remote healthcare access for patients in Nigeria.

United Kingdom 11 11 - Other Economic Measures GBP OECD. (accessed 19 April 2020; 15 May 2020; 22 May 2020); Reuters. (accessed 5 June 2020); GOV.UK. (accessed 18 June 2020); GOV.UK. (accessed 18 June 2020); GOV.UK. (accessed 31 August 2020); GOV.UK. (accessed 18 September 2020).

(i) June 6, The government extended ban on evicting tenants from social or private accomodation in England and Wales by two months to August 23 due to the COVID outbreak; (ii) June 5, The Corporate Insolvency and Governance Bill has been proposed to introduce new corporate restructuring tools to the insolvency and restructuring regime, temporarily suspend parts of the insolvency law, and to amend Company Law and other legislation; (iii) June 9, People on paternity and maternity leave who return to work in the coming months will be eligible for the government's furlough scheme, the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS), after the June 10, 2020 cut-off date; (iv) August 28, Legislation has been introduced that requires landlords to give tenants 6 months’ notice before they can evict, until March 2021; (v) September 17, Due to coronavirus, the Competition and Markets Authority has imposed measures to protect competition on UK-US air routes while it investigates an agreement involving British Airways and American Airlines.