Howard University Faculty Practice Plan (HUFPP) hosts the first day of COVID-19 testing at the Benning Road Center in northeast D.C. Bank of America awarded a $1 million grant to the HUFPP to improve access to COVID-19 testing east of the Anacostia River. (Anthony Tilghman/The Washington Informer)
Howard University Faculty Practice Plan (HUFPP) hosts the first day of COVID-19 testing at the Benning Road Center in northeast D.C. Bank of America awarded a $1 million grant to the HUFPP to improve access to COVID-19 testing east of the Anacostia River. (Anthony Tilghman/The Washington Informer)

Very happy to read about coronavirus testing coming to Ward 7 no matter if you’re showing symptoms or not. I am also glad that Howard University is stepping up to bring this project to life. We need testing and more testing. I myself will spread the word for my friends east of the river.

Londa Felder
Washington, D.C.

Worth the Money

Although I enjoy The Informer being free, I am glad that you all are now asking for money. You’ve put out a paper every week for over 50 years! The community should give back what they can and do so happily. Every private and public media company asks for money all the time. You can’t read one line on the web without them asking for money or making you pay to continue reading. Anyway, ask and you shall receive.

Tommy Parkins
Washington, D.C.

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