A woman in a carbon fiber material company in Tennessee was given a $5 and a half donation to help her get back on her feet after she was left disabled due to COVID-19, according to a report from the Associated Press.
“She was really in shock.
It was pretty rough,” the woman, who requested anonymity, told the AP.
“I couldn’t believe it.
I mean, it was the most incredible thing I had ever seen.”
The donation was made to help Linda Doss, a 40-year-old mother of two, who was diagnosed with COVID in October.
She was working as a lab technician when she was diagnosed.
The Tennessee Department of Health and Human Services (TDHS) said Doss was the first person diagnosed with C. difficile, a coronavirus-related infection, in the state, and was receiving treatment for the virus.
Doss is currently undergoing a five-month trial to determine if she can return to work.
“It was a huge help for her,” her employer, Carbon Fiber Technology, told ABC News.
“We’re all so grateful to her and want to thank her for her support and all the people she has helped.”
The company was founded in 1999 by Doss and her husband, Mike Doss.
Carbon Fiber Technologies specializes in materials for solar-powered, high-tech devices that can be used for solar panels, televisions, and other solar installations.
The company manufactures its solar panels using the carbon fiber fiber material called carbon-fiber.
Carbon-fibre is an advanced material that has been used in high-performance sports cars, helicopters, military aircraft, and military vehicles for decades.
In 2010, Carbon-Fiber Technologies sold its carbon fiber solar panels for more than $1 million to a private investor.
According to its website, Carbon fiber is made of carbon, aluminum, and silicon, and is a strong and light material.
The materials are lightweight and can be designed for high efficiency.
According the company, the materials are ideal for solar arrays.
The products are typically used to make solar panels that can use the energy from the sun to generate electricity for households and businesses, or can be made into solar-power modules for homes and businesses.
The couple’s company is based in Knoxville, Tennessee.
They had a contract with the Tennessee Department for Health and Health Services to provide her with a COVID test, which required her to complete a questionnaire that included questions about her medical history, lifestyle, and medical conditions.
The questionnaire included a list of questions about symptoms, including the presence of the virus, and a list that included a question asking her about her temperature, which she answered correctly in 98 percent of the cases.
She received a blood test the next day, which came back negative.
The test was conducted by an independent laboratory.
Dyson, the company that made the carbon-fabric solar panels Doss had purchased from the Tennessee company, said that Doss tested negative for the coronaviruses.
Dorsons symptoms and temperature came back positive, she told ABCNews.
“In all the other cases, I have never gotten any positive results,” Dyson told ABC.
“So, we were not in the business of getting any negative results.
We are just very happy with the result.”
Dorson told ABC that she and Dyson had recently been in a business dispute and that she was “very angry.”
Dyson said that she had recently taken on a new job at a large company and was working late into the night on Friday night when she got a call from Dyson asking for a meeting.
“They told me I was going to have to come in and be with them until the next morning,” Dors, who works at the time, told The Associated Press on Monday.
Dross and Dons husband, Joe, who is also an employee of Dyson’s, said Dyson took the meeting and the money to buy her a new set of solar panels.
They said that their health issues were not related to the company and that they were still very proud of the products they were producing.
“The only way we could have been happier is if we had been able to do more for Linda,” Doss told ABC affiliate WATE.
“If you look at what we have achieved and what we are trying to do now, that’s not the case.
We have been in business for five years, and I just feel like we are going in the right direction, and the best way to do that is to continue working on the products we are building.”
The Tennessee company said that it is not aware of any other cases of C. Difficile infection among its workers, and that Dyson is “extremely proud of her efforts.”
“Our goal is to provide our employees and our community with the best possible care and treatment available,” the company said in a statement.