The Small Business Administration Economic Injury Disaster Loan program is now available to small businesses that have been affected by the coronavirus COVID-19, Gov. Tony Evers announced Friday.

The U.S. SBA approved Evers’ request for federal loan assistance, which gives small business access to loans of up to $2 million with lowered interest rates and repayment plans of up to 30 years.

Businesses can apply here. Here’s a list of documents needed to apply:

Companies that have been in business under a year can use their personal tax returns if they don’t have business tax returns yet (the loan requires a personal guarantee) and they can also make projections, said Shirah Apple, public affairs specialist at the Wisconsin SBA.

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