It is understood that a Covid-positive woman is believed to be a relative of the twin migrants. She was accused of having died in a house in southwestern Sydney because she was suspected of working while contracting the virus.
The New South Wales Police said in a statement that at 9:15 a.m. on Monday, the police responded to a welfare issue at a residence at Thursday Square in Green Valley at 15 a.m. on Thursday.
They found the body of a woman in her 50s and are investigating the cause of her death.
It has been confirmed that she was infected with the virus.
Nine news According to reports, the woman was found in the house of a quarantined emigrant.
The New South Wales Department of Health confirmed in a statement that the woman was positive for Covid-19 and was a close contact of another case.
“The New South Wales Department of Health regretfully reported today that a woman in her 50s had died of a confirmed Covid-19 case. She is a resident of southwestern Sydney and a close contact of the Covid case,” the department said.
“This is the 61st Covid-19-related death in New South Wales and the 5th death in the current epidemic.
“The New South Wales Department of Health expresses sincere sympathy to her family and friends.”
According to reports on the scene, the police wore personal protective equipment when inspecting the house.
The square has been sealed off on Thursday, and emergency services are still at the scene.
New South Wales Police said: “The investigation has begun and a report has been prepared for the coroner.”