D.C. running low on free condoms
D.C. officials have been struggling to supply condoms to non-profit organizations that partner with the city to battle HIV/AIDS, D.C. Wire reports.
Michael Kharfen, a spokesman for the D.C. Department Health, said the city's supplier of Durex condoms recently withheld an expected shipment due to "billing issues from a previous invoice."
Advocates say the city has failed to pay its bill on time. But Kharfen said the delay is a result of "paperwork" related to a "previous payment." He expects the problem to be resolved within days.
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| May 24, 2010; 11:50 AM ET
Categories: DC | Tags: District of Columbia, aids, condoms, d.c., durex, hiv, trojan
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