According to a press release dated 29 July 2020, the Banco Central do Brasil plans to introduce a new denomination, the 200-real note (B880a), in August 2020. Images of same have not yet been released, but the note will feature the maned wolf on back. Courtesy of Aidan Work.
This 1,000-vatu note (overprinted on B210) commemorates the 40th anniversary of independence. Unlike with preceding issues wherein the first two digits of the serial number represent the last two digits of the year of printing, the 40 on these notes represents the 40th anniversary. Courtesy of Pratham Vyas.
According to Central Bank of Costa Rica press release dated 23 July 2020, the bank intends to introduce polymer versions of the 2,000-, 5,000-, and 20,000-colon notes in the coming months. A polymer 10,000-colon note was also announced, but without an estimated introduction date.
According to a press release dated 6 July 2020, the Bank of Ireland UK introduced a new 20-pound note on 20 July 2020. In addition to the transition to polymer substrate, the note’s security is enhanced with a clear window in the holographic stripe and iridescent ink. The note also
According to an IrishNews article dated 9 July 2020, Danske Bank introduced a new 20-pound note (B504a) on 20 July 2020 which is like the preceding paper note (B502), but printed on polymer, and reduced in size. Courtesy of Pam West (British Notes).
Premier Su Tseng-chang announced long-awaited details of the coronavirus economic stimulus voucher scheme on 28 May 2020. The vouchers have been renamed “Triple Stimulus Vouchers” to highlight the fact that they will cost just NT$1,000 to buy, and be worth NT$3,000 in purchasing power, with retailers adding their own offers