- Lannetta Isako (Laneta Isaako) died on Monday, August 23, 2021
- Lannetta Isako cause of death was COVID-19 (Coronavirus)
- The residence of Sydney, Laneta Isako was 30-year-old and had three children
- She and her husband were tested positive for Coronavirus few days before her death
A mother of three, Sydney resident, Lannetta Isako died last Monday, August 23, 2021, in her home. People want to know Lannetta Isako’s cause of death and about her family. We will explain all, just keep reading below.
Lannetta Isako, also called Laneta Isaako, a young mother of three children has been identified as the latest fatality in Sydney’s spiralling COVID crisis.
Laneta Isaako, 30, was found unresponsive at a home in Emerton, in western Sydney, on Monday afternoon.
Lannetta d her husband had tested positive for coronavirus only days earlier.
Her condition deteriorated quickly and, despite the best efforts of paramedics, she was unable to be revived, 7news reported.
Lannetta Isako is the 75th death in the current coronavirus outbreak and New South Wales’ 131st since the beginning of the pandemic.
Tributes have begun flowing online for the mother.
A relative of her husband Sako described Isaako as “beautiful”.
She wrote online that her husband was battling the virus in hospital.
“I know there is nothing in this world matters anymore, when death takes the most beautiful part of your heart,” she said.
“I want you to think of what she would’ve wanted you to do.
“There’s three beautiful souls you both have created, and they waiting for Mommy (sic) and Daddy to return home.”
The local junior football club, where one of the children plays, said it was “saddened” to hear of Isaako’s passing.
“Our hearts are breaking and our thoughts are with your beautiful children, loving husband and wider family.
“May you rest in perpetual light and love.”
Isaako’s death has been referred to the Coroner.
In a statement to 7NEWS.com.au, NSW Health said it extends its “deepest sympathies to her loved ones”.
“This tragic death is being investigated by the Western Sydney Local Health District and has been referred to the Coroner.”