JACKSON, Miss. (AP) – Low-interest catastrophe loans can be found to small Mississippi companies affected by poisonous micro organism that closed the entire state's continental seashores through the summer time. Governor Tate Reeves says the Federal Small Enterprise Administration can grant loans to small companies, small agricultural cooperatives, small aquaculture corporations and personal nonprofit organizations. The federal company says that, along with the coastal counties of Hancock, Harrison and Jackson in Mississippi, the assertion covers adjoining counties in Mississippi, Alabama and Louisiana. The Mississippi seashores have been closed because of cyanobacteria, which are sometimes referred to as blue-green algae. They will trigger rashes, diarrhea and vomiting.