Pretty much the same deal here except tenants are all on the hook for rent. All mortgages have to he paid in full eventually even accruing interest on interest if it goes like it did in Australia with drought 'relief'. The main difference is govt is picking up tab for a minimum wage for employees and self employed. The initial coverage was a bit light and they expanded it but that tap can't flow too long. The goal is noble, keep workforce notionally employed. The subsidy is paid to employers in trust to pay on through regular payroll systems. I object to this system. It loads up taxpayers with debt while holders of capital sail on as if nothing is happening. What should happen is suspended workers get paid only a subsistence allowance and their landlords get whatever is reasonable to cover insurance and some mantenance. The mortgage holders get to wait for the tenants to go back to work and everyone survives. If mortgage holders and landlords have to put their hand out for the subsistence allowance there is no harm in that and everyone gets to subsist. Commercial tenants locked down should be getting the same consideration. Same with their finance. Who is that bad for? Only the banks and their shareholders. The big banks are coining it off touchless card transactions. Shareholders are losing out on dividends big time also. Subsistence allowance for them too. The holders of the capital are the few. They can easily be fed from the taxes of the many. That's me and mine in those capital holders and landlords by the way.