Governor Andrew Cuomo has announced low-interest loans for people affected by the East Village explosion.

The blast on March 26 killed two people, destroyed three buildings and impacted about 40 businesses.

Funds are being provided by the Small Business Administration.

Homeowners can borrow up to $20,000 dollars for real estate and $40,000 for personal property. 

Business owners can borrow up to $2 million for real estate and another $2 million for working capital.

Loan applications can be filled out at a temporary Loan Outreach Center, located on East 4th Street between Second Avenue and Bowery.

It will be open from Monday until May 14.

Applications can also be submitted online.

The deadline to file for property damage is June 29.

Applications for economic injury need to be submitted by January 28.