US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said on Sunday the cost of the stimulus bill responding to the coronavirus crisis will likely be \u201csignificant but not huge.\u201d\r\nMnuchin told Fox News Sunday he expected to have a better idea of the legislation\u2019s price tag this week.\r\n\u201cIt\u2019s hard to model some of these things because you don\u2019t know how many workers are going to be home. I want to be careful about throwing out numbers,\u201d he said. \u201cI think based upon the numbers that we\u2019re going to see, it\u2019s going to have costs that are significant, but not huge.\u201d\r\nHe said it was necessary to get relief for the economy and that the government is focused on helping businesses that need liquidity.\r\n\u201cThis focuses on employers that are 500 and less people,\u201d Mnuchin said. \u201cThat\u2019s a portion of the economy, but it\u2019s the economy that is going to be hit the hardest.\r\n\u201cThe important issue is, whatever we need, we are going to get from Congress.\u201d\r\nThe US House of Representatives overwhelmingly passed a coronavirus aid package early on Saturday that would provide free testing and paid sick leave, in a bid to limit the economic damage from a pandemic that has shuttered schools, sports arenas and offices.\r\nMnuchin said he has heard from some small business groups that have concerns, but he is talking with senators and believes there is bipartisan support for the bill in the Senate.\r\nHe said the government would focus on shoring up the airline, hotel and cruise ship industries. American Airlines Inc said Saturday it plans to cut 75 percent of its international flights through May 6 and ground nearly all its widebody fleet, as airlines respond to the global collapse in travel demand due to the coronavirus pandemic.