Earlier in the day, McConnell touted the bipartisan deal reached overnight to provide cash payments to Americans, help to struggling small businesses and more resources to state and local governments, as well as to hospitals.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell called the crisis the bill is aimed to address "the most serous threat to Americans" health in over a century and quite likely the greatest risk to America's jobs and prosperity that we've seen since the Great Depression'.
The White House had originally proposed a 1-trillion-dollar stimulus package, but several rounds of negotiations among lawmakers ballooned the cost of the package to roughly 2 trillion dollars.
Before Wednesday's vote, Sinema tweeted she was "disappointed in those who played partisanship the last few days" on the "largest relief bill in US history".
Outbreaks have grown nationwide, but with particular fear that NY could be the next epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic.
"We need to get this money into the American economy and (to) American workers", Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said.
The sprawling $2 trillion bill, which has not yet been released in full, would "prohibit businesses controlled by the president, vice president, members of Congress, and heads of executive departments from receiving loans or investments from Treasury programs", Schumer's summary states. "The Senate is going to stand together, act together and pass this historic relief package today", McConnell said.
Trump said, however, that the Senate was close to passing the bill, urged the House to follow suit and said he would immediately sign it.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) said on Wednesday night, "Individuals even with bravery and valor are not powerful enough to beat it back".
That deal was nearly upended at the last minute by Republican senators who said the unemployment benefits - an additional $600 per week for up to four months - would let workers stay home during the pandemic and collect $24 an hour for not working.
Diane Swonk, chief economist at Grant Thornton, a major accounting firm, wrote in a blog post Wednesday that the bill is created to temporarily help individuals, firms of all sizes, hospitals and states "traverse COVID-tainted waters".
"For example, they say that you asked for imposing new emission standards and carbon offsets on airlines, which is something that is in the Democratic wheelhouse", Bash said. "I always had faith we would (pass this bill) because America and the American people demanded it".
President Trump and top members of his administration gave their strong support to the bill Wednesday.
A $2 trillion aid package to ease the economic damage wrought by COVID-19 is nearing the finish line in Washington, D.C.
Officials in NY have warned they don't expect infections to peak for weeks or months; California and Washington state also remain badly afflicted too.
The massive bill - which would be the largest economic stimulus measure ever passed by Congress - includes a $500 billion fund to help hard-hit industries and a comparable amount for direct payments of up to $3,000 apiece to millions of USA families. Both Republican and Democratic party members have designed this package to cover as many sectors and companies as possible.
Schumer boasted of negotiating wins for transit systems, hospitals and cash-hungry state governments that were cemented after Democrats blocked the measure in votes held Sunday and Monday. It also includes billions more, he said, to furnish personal and protective equipment and increased for health care workers, testing supplies, and new construction to house patients.