Teens transported to hospital from home where young mother died of Covid in Emerton, Sydney

Paramedics and police swarm home where young mother, 30, died of Covid – but authorities are VERY tight-lipped

  • Two teens with Covid-19 were taken to hospital from home in western Sydney
  • Ianeta Isaako, 30, was found unresponsive at Emerton’s home on Monday
  • Nurses and paramedics were seen outside the house on Saturday transporting teenagers
  • Mrs. Isaako’s husband is in hospital with a virus while her children are cared for


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Two teenagers infected with Covid-19 have been taken to hospital from a home where a mother tragically died from the virus just days earlier.

Paramedics and police were seen outside the house on Helena Avenue, Emerton, Sydney’s west side on Saturday.

Two young girls with backpacks were escorted in separate ambulances by nurses dressed in personal protective equipment before being taken to Westmead Children’s Hospital.

It is clear that their condition had deteriorated and needed medical attention.

Ianeta Isaako, a 30-year-old mother of three young children, was found dead in the home on Monday – the youngest Australian to die from the virus.

Paramedics and police were seen outside the house on Helena Avenue, Emerton in Sydney's west on Saturday

Paramedics and police were seen outside the house on Helena Avenue, Emerton in Sydney’s west on Saturday

Two teens were transported to Westmead Children's Hospital after testing positive for Covid-19

Two teens were transported to Westmead Children's Hospital after testing positive for Covid-19

Two teens were transported to Westmead Children’s Hospital after testing positive for Covid-19

NSW Health confirmed she tested positive just days before her condition took a turn for the worse.

Nurses and paramedics were back at the house on Saturday and someone was seen with a bag of supplies inside as the teens were transported to the hospital.

Sako, Mrs. Isaako’s husband, is currently in hospital battling the virus, while grief-stricken family and friends mourn the death of his wife and care for the couple’s three young children.

Sako remains under medical care but has been released from intensive care.

Mrs. Isaako, her husband and their three children lived in a small flat next to other relatives, and were often seen in the front yard with their children.

Ianeta Isaako died of Covid-19 on Monday after her condition deteriorated rapidly as her husband Sako Isaako fights for his life in hospital (photo, Sako and Ianeta Isaako with family)

Ianeta Isaako died of Covid-19 on Monday after her condition deteriorated rapidly as her husband Sako Isaako fights for his life in hospital (photo, Sako and Ianeta Isaako with family)

Ianeta Isaako died of Covid-19 on Monday after her condition deteriorated rapidly as her husband Sako Isaako fights for his life in hospital (photo, Sako and Ianeta Isaako with family)

Ianeta Isaako (pictured with her husband Sako) died after being infected with Covid-19, NSW Health confirmed

Ianeta Isaako (pictured with her husband Sako) died after being infected with Covid-19, NSW Health confirmed

Ianeta Isaako (pictured with her husband Sako) died after being infected with Covid-19, NSW Health confirmed

Western Sydney’s community has been crushed by the sudden death that has sent an influx of tributes to the family on social media.

Our hearts break and our thoughts are with your beautiful children, loving husband and extended family. May you rest in everlasting light and love,” wrote the Penrith Junior Rugby Union Club.

“We also ask that everyone keep husband Sako Isaako in our thoughts and prayers as he is currently in hospital battling his illness. One club, one family, one vision,” the message continued.

Western Vikings JRLC also offered their condolences to the family, who seemed to be well known in the Western Sydney rugby league community.

Our hearts go out to the family at this time of grief, for our collective hearts are heavy with sympathy. Our rugby family shares the grief with love and friendship. Words are not enough to express our sorrow,” the club wrote.

Meanwhile, a further 1,035 Covid-19 cases were recorded in NSW on Saturday, including two deaths.

Most infections have been recorded in western and southwestern Sydney.

The teenage girls were seen carrying backpacks as they were taken to hospital in separate ambulances

The teenage girls were seen carrying backpacks as they were taken to hospital in separate ambulances

The teenage girls were seen carrying backpacks as they were taken to hospital in separate ambulances

Paramedics and police are seen outside Emerton's house on Saturday

Paramedics and police are seen outside Emerton's house on Saturday

Paramedics and police are seen outside Emerton’s house on Saturday

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