The grieving daughter of a nurse who died 3 months just after staying identified with coronavirus is urging individuals to act responsibly stating “the next wave have to be taken seriously”.

Denilee Vianzon’s mother Emma was only 57 when she lost her lifetime two months back in intensive care in the Nightingale Healthcare facility in Belfast.

“I am furious and indignant that people today assume that this is non-existent, when it quite significantly is,” claimed Denilee, who is 28 and lives in London.

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Emma Vianzon with her eldest daughter Julie, who is continue to unwell with the virus

It is really extremely actual and we have to act responsibly and just take items severely. This is not a joke. It costs 1000’s of life and it can be only established to get worse as we get to the colder months.”

Emma was identified along with her lover Brendan and the eldest of her 3 daughters in September.

And though her husband or wife, who has since recovered, was despatched to clinic in an ambulance, Emma was adamant that she would stay at household and recuperate there.

But Denilee explained “issues commenced to crumble” really speedily, challenging by the fact she experienced a kidney transplant in July just after a few yrs on dialysis.

“She had been specified a new lease of everyday living and she was large hazard. I was nervous that she might not survive,” claimed Denilee.

“Regardless of our urges to retain her indoors immediately after her transplant, I assume it was a several weeks right after that, she was driving all around offering foodstuff to her friends who are all nurses – some on the front line – and she was delivering with a smile on her face.”

Collect image of Nurse Emma Vianzon, who died with coronavirus at a Nightingale Hospital in Northern Ireland
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Emma Vianzon, died just after contracting coronavirus at a Nightingale healthcare facility in Northern Eire
Collect pic of  Denilee(L), Emma (C) and Centinia,22, (R)
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Denilee (L), Emma, (C), and Emma’s youngest daughter Centinia, 22, (R)

Sooner or later Emma – who had moved to Northern Eire from the Philippines in 2002 – was taken to clinic and remained upbeat but was determined not to be despatched to the intensive treatment unit.

“Regretably she experienced to go in and I was not able to discuss with her,” stated Denilee, breaking down in tears.

“The final dialogue I have had with her on FaceTime was her stating goodbye to me. She realized in her coronary heart that she wasn’t heading to make it from the ICU. That was incredibly, really, hard to hear.

“I tried using and experimented with and tried to remain optimistic but regrettably she was taken absent.”

For the funeral Denilee needed to make confident her last wishes were being granted.

“I asked her associate ‘what did mum want to use?’ and I experienced assumed she would want a piece of jewelry or a scarf,” she mentioned.

“What was major was her nurse uniform for the reason that she was proud and she was committed through and via.”

But what would constantly have been an emotional day was built more challenging by coronavirus.

Collect pic of Brendan (L) and Emma (R)
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Emma and her spouse Brendan

“Saturday just absent, which was my mother’s funeral, is the worst working day of my existence,” she said.

“It’s really hard adequate getting rid of a mom but losing her in these present situations in this uncommon placing as properly is very, incredibly tough.

“I was crying. I was distraught. I was surprised. I had all these feelings rushing by means of me but we weren’t equipped to comfort and ease one particular another. The embrace, the heat you would usually feel was taken away.”

In addition, her elder sister continues to be unwell with COVID-19 and had to remain in the vehicle through the company.

“I couldn’t ease and comfort her, I could not hug her,” said Denilee.

“It was extremely traumatic for me as we walked past her in front of the hearse, I experienced to just wave and cried. It was honestly… It was a cold funeral for the warmest individual I have ever identified.”

Emma, (L) with friends Bernard Cortez and Teresa Cushley
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Emma, still left, with friends Bernard Cortez and Teresa Cushley

The previous time Denilee noticed her mom, who had also survived a mind aneurysm, was at Xmas.

“This second wave will have to be taken severely mainly because it does cost lives.

“I myself have been individual and I myself experienced stayed absent from looking at my mother soon after her transplant.

“That was very, pretty distressing for me and I did that because I beloved her and wanted to see her in the foreseeable future but inspite of my initiatives sadly this virus is way too savage and also quick.”