These estimates include $81 billion in statutory support that is not being voted on in Parliament. This is support that effectively we provide detail on for transparency purposes. In terms of the main estimates plan for the 122 organizations that are appropriation dependent, we always provide updates on any changes on the statutory supports for these 122 organizations.
As a consequence of that, of the $81 billion, it is almost entirely, except for about $100 million, directed toward COVID supports. That $81 billion is a subset of the items that are contained in the Minister of Finance's report that is tabled on a biweekly basis to FINA. We took that report and worked with our Finance colleagues to make sure that we were getting, as of May 29, the best and clearest picture possible about what elements of that support factor into specifically those 122 organizations and that we can report on in the supplementary estimates.
That's the statutory side. On the voted side, as I mentioned, the budgetary voted amount is $6 billion. Of that amount, $1.3 billion is directed toward COVID-19 supports. As you go through the document and all the items, you will see COVID-19 in brackets. It's not something we normally do. Effectively, we earmarked all the items that are for COVID-19 supports so that parliamentarians and Canadians can look at it when they go online.