Yes, there were a few provisions put in, just not enough and not in enough key areas. This was partly due to the rush to pass the legislation. But, unfortunately, Congress has a bad habit of passing legislation with way too many gaps and loopholes - perhaps because most don’t know the details of what is in the bills they vote on (Katie Porter and her staff might be an exception, ). We can see this with the CARES Act just by the shear amount of money ($ millions to billions) that went to unintended and inappropriate places.
Did the Pandemic Response Accountability Committee ever even meet?
Of course, this is not to say that the CARES Act did not deliver a lot of relief to many. It did. Just pointing out that it is incredible how much of the federal treasury goes to waste. One of the big reasons is the carelessness of how bills are put together and a real problem of members in the House and Senate not knowing what they are voting on.