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Yana Bautista Death – Dead: A great loss was made known to InsideEko. As friends and families of the deceased are mourning the passing of their loved and cherished Yana Bautista.

Having heard about this great loss, the family of this individual is passing through pains, mourning the unexpected passing of their beloved.

This departure was confirmed through social media posts made by Twitter users who pour out tributes, and condolences to the family of the deceased.

Promising UAAP football player dies of coronavirus

Incoming Ateneo women’s football rookie Alyana “Yana” Bautista, the sister of national team forward Martie Bautista, died of coronavirus on Wednesday, July 22.

She was 17 years old.

Martie confirmed on Thursday, July 23, that Yana was diagnosed with acute disseminated encephalomyelitis (ADEM), a disease affecting the brain and spinal cord, before contracting the coronavirus.

“These past few months have been difficult for Yana. She was diagnosed with ADEM that was further complicated by COVID-19. Many challenges continued to surface where much of them left us extremely exhausted – especially for my little sister,” wrote Martie on a Facebook post.

“It is to our despondency to announce that my sister is now finally at peace and with God.”

ADEM is a rare autoimmune disorder where the body’s immune system attacks its own brain tissue due to an environmental stimulus in response to a vaccine or infection.

Yana tested positive for coronavirus after taking a swab test on Saturday, July 18, and has been in the intensive care unit until Wednesday.

The 17-year-old defender from Miriam College committed to play for the Ateneo Lady Eagles in Season 83, and played for Nomads-Ateneo in the 2019 Philippine Football Federation Women’s League (PFFWL).

“Yana had a lot of things planned out for this year. She had high hopes booting up for Ateneo as she was expecting to come in as a freshman this August,” added Martie.

“Yana was also thrilled planning for our future trips abroad as a family. Overall, we knew how exhilarated she was to learn how to drive as this September would mark her 18th birthday

With sorrowful hearts, we bid farewell to #YanaBautista, center back of #MalayaFC U17 girls team that won 2nd place at the 2019 #YouthFootballLeague. Thank you, Yana, for touching our lives even for a season. Rest in paradise.


Prospective recruit of the Ateneo Women’s Football team Yana Bautista passed away on July 22 due to acute disseminated encephalomyelitis that was complicated by COVID-19 infection.
#YanaBautista #ADMU #covid19ph


Her sister Martie Bautista, Philippine women’s national football team forward, shared the news on her Facebook account.

Yana also suffered from Acute Disseminated Encephalomyelitis or ADEM, a rare inflammatory disease targeting the central nervous system.


With sorrowful hearts, we bid farewell to Yanzi Bautista, center back of Malaya FC U17 girls team. Yana dearest, your Malaya family joins your loved ones in celebrating your wonderful, adventure-filled life even as we mourn your passing. Thank you for touching our lives. Rest in paradise.

 

Incoming Ateneo football player Yana Bautista succumbs to COVID-19

Promising young football player Yana Bautista, recruited by Ateneo de Manila University Lady Booters, died of COVID-19 on Wednesday.

Yana’s sister, national team member Martie, announced the unfortunate news on her social media account.

According to Martie, the 17-year old Yana was diagnosed with acute disseminated encephalomyelitis (ADEM), a rare disease which affects the body’s central nervous system.

“These past few months have been difficult for Yana. She was diagnosed with ADEM that was further complicated by COVID-19,” said Martie.

Yana was a recent graduate of Miriam College High School and was scheduled to boot up for Ateneo as a freshman this August.

She honed her football skills while being part of Nomads FC as a defender in the 2019 Philippine Football Federation (PFF) Women’s League.

“She was a captain, teammate, friend, sister, and daughter. She was always lively, stylish, and comical,” Martie described her sister.

The PFF sent their condolences to the family of Yana.

“The PFF extends its condolences to the family and friends of Ms. Alyana Bautista and request the football community to pray for the eternal repose of her soul,” the national football body said in a statement.

 

 

Another young talent succumbs to the deadly COVID-19.

Yana Bautista, a football player from Miriam College and just committed to Ateneo, passed away on Wednesday.

She was 17.

Her sister, Philippine women’s national football team stud Martie Bautista announced the news on Facebook.

“These past few months have been difficult for Yana. She was diagnosed with ADEM that was further complicated by COVID-19. Many challenges continued to surface where much of them left us extremely exhausted — especially for my little sister,” she wrote.

“It is to our despondency to announce that my sister is now finally at peace and with God.”

The younger Bautista was already battling acute disseminated encephalomyelitis (ADEM) — a rare disease affecting the central nervous system before she contacted the virus.

She was tested for COVID-19 over the weekend and was under intensive care for the next few days until her passing on Wednesday.

“Yana had a lot of things planned out for this year. She had high hopes booting up for Ateneo as she was expecting to come in as a freshman this August. Yana was also thrilled planning for our future trips abroad as a family. Overall, we knew how exhilarated she was to learn how to drive as this September would mark her 18th birthday,” said Martie.

“Many of you have had a personal and deep connection with my sister. She was a captain, teammate, friend, sister, and daughter. She was always lively, stylish, and comical. We hope you understand that we would need time and space to face this situation. We appreciate all the prayers you are sending out to our family and we are here for you as we mourn together.”

We are still working on getting more details about the death, as family statement on the death is yet to be released.

 

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