Singapore’s Solidarity Budget was presented by Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Swee Keat in Parliament on Mon, 6 Apr 2020. The Solidarity Budget complements measures introduced under Budget 2020 on 18 Feb 2020 and the subsequent supplementary Resilience Budget on 26 Mar 2020, and aims to address the rapidly evolving COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on Singapore’s economy and society.
In this section, you can find out more about the Solidarity Budget:
Solidarity Budget Statement
Solidarity Budget Measures
Solidarity Budget Booklet
Solidarity Budget Summary
The Solidarity Budget Booklet summarises the key measures introduced to protect jobs and livelihoods, support firms and workers, and help Singaporeans. Click on the links below to find out more.
Solidarity Budget Booklet (E-book,
Click here for details on the Solidarity Payment.
For more details of the Solidarity Budget 2020, click on the button below to watch a video of DPM and Minister for Finance, Mr Heng Swee Keat, delivering the statement in Parliament.