It was unclear whether President Donald Trump and his fellow Republicans would support it.
Republicans and Democrats have struggled to agree on measures to limit the economic fallout from the pandemic, which has infected 138,000 people worldwide, killed more than 5,000 and shuttered schools, sports arenas and offices.
Republicans have not said whether they would vote for the measure. Pelosi does not need support from Trump's Republicans to pass legislation out of the House. But it would probably not get far in the Republican-controlled Senate without bipartisan support.
The two sides are trying to hammer out an agreement on an economic aid package to follow the $8.3 billion Congress approved last week for vaccines and other disease-fighting measures.