The Senate parliamentarian has ruled that a provision to raise the federal minimum wage violates the special rules that allow the relief package to pass in the Senate with a simple majority. Her ruling is not binding, but Vice President Kamala Harris, who also serves as president of the Senate, will abide by it. This means that if the Senate wants to increase the minimum wage, it will have to do so through ordinary legislation, making it subject to the supermajority requirement.
That means it isn’t going to happen. The Senate – with a Democratic majority – decides whether it will abide by the parliamentarian, and the Senate decides whether it wants to operate by supermajority.