According to UN analysts, 2.8 billion people on the planet live in poverty or below the poverty line.
According to UN representatives, the category of poor people should receive appropriate financial payments, which will slow down the spread of the coronavirus pandemic. This is reported in the UN report.
According to UN representatives, people who are experiencing financial problems during the coronavirus pandemic could stay at home if they received appropriate financial assistance, and would not be at risk of getting COVID-19.
A total of 1.07 billion people live below the poverty line, and another 1.71 billion are at a significant risk of impoverishment.
The UN estimates the program's implementation at $199 billion per month.
It will affect 132 developing countries. Money should be given out regardless of the place of residence, citizenship, or format of work. It is suggested to take into account only how much a person earns.
The report proposes to partially exempt such countries from public debt obligations, which are estimated at $3.1 trillion in 2020. Saved funds can be spent on direct payments.