Remember the last financial crisis, where there as a bail-out of the banks?
Have you ever stopped to think what the "out" part of bail-out means? Normally you think of bailing water out of a boat, or maybe jumping out of a plane, but in financial terms the "out" means "outside money". When the governments bailed out the banks, it was wth non-bank money ... taxpayers funds.
This was unpopular, so instead they passed legislation so that in future, any bank that ran into difficulty would instead use a bail-in mechanism.
In? "inside" money. Specifically, the banks creditors.
Newsflash: if you have money in a bank, then you are a creditor and they are allowed to take it and convert it into IOUs to help their own liquidity.
It's worth checking exactly which of your account types could be vulnerable to this because there is an ever-increasing chance that the financial system is going to get indigestion from the non-stop money printing and may go tits-up.