By Zoe Zaczek For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 02:48 BST, 5 August 2020 | Updated: 02:48 BST, 5 August 2020
A granddaughter has slammed 'selfish' coronavirus-infected Victorians who fail to self-isolate after both her grandparents died from COVID-19 in a matter of days.
Jackie Micallef lost her grandmother Carmen after she contracted the deadly virus in an aged care home amid a horror second wave of coronavirus infections in Victoria.
Ms Micallef and her family were dealt another cruel blow just 31 hours later when her grandfather Charlie died in hospital from COVID-19.
'It's completely surreal what we're feeling,' Ms Micallef told Today on Wednesday morning.
'We just come to terms with our grandmother and our, you know, mother passing away.
Jackie Micallef lost her grandparents Carmen and Charlie (pictured) in just 31 hours. The pair contracted the coronavirus in separate clusters
'And then a couple of days later, the same thing happened with our grandfather and we just are pretty numb and shocked to say the least.'
Charlie had been in hospital for an unrelated health issue for about a month before he tested positive to coronavirus.
The family were shocked by the news of his death as his condition rapidly deteriorated in a