The talks came after criticism that the G20 has been slow to address the COVID-19 pandemic, which has left more than 37,500 dead worldwide.
The deadly pathogen has claimed almost 40,000 lives worldwide.
The IMF chief said in her press conference on Friday that this recession would be even worse than in 2009.
It triggers the distribution of millions of relief checks of up to $3,400 for an average American family of four.
The crash will almost certainly be accompanied by a surge in unemployment, especially in countries with weaker worker rights, such as the US.