In a temporary change to its bankruptcy laws, companies would be able wait to file for insolvency - providing there’s a chance that their debt problems could be solved after the crisis.
However, if a company can’t be rescued, it will still be allowed to go bankrupt.
The aid package to support the economy now stands at CHF 62 billion - but some companies are still struggling with liquidity problems.
The Swiss economic office is warning the country faces its worst downturn on record with a possible 10% contraction in GDP.
The measures should also help Switzerland’s exporters, who are being affected by falling demand in other countries.