There's not a way around it at this point. The first round was so pitiful. Jobs are going to be slow to come back (I don't care how many people say 'things are going to open back up' as if that means we're back to 3% unemployment or something. Businesses are gone and for those who aren't, they have a lot of work to do to get back to where they were, you might as well imagine they're starting over as a new business, and for corporations that are public or have investors, they have to cut costs to make their numbers one way or another) and the economy is going to suffer for a long while. Plus there's a threat of a second wave coming in the fall/winter. You need to put the economy on steroids for three months to balance the second wave alone.
I think UBI is closer to happening than not, even if no one wants to admit it.
The economy will not bounce back to normal quickly.. I don’t know what the future looks like, but I am certain that the opening plans are not going to suddenly make everything ok.
I think we would see more bailouts for industries and small businesses than for the general public. That’s just my prediction, I really don’t have a clue on what will come.