Nick Cordero's Wife Tearfully Shares Devastating Update On His Condition


Things are not looking good for Nick Cordero’s recovery, according to his wife, Amanda Kloots.

Throughout the hardships and hopeful improvements, Kloots has been by her husband’s side every step of the way as he continues to recover from coronavirus-related symptoms. Sadly, as Kloots shared in an emotional video on Wednesday (May 20), things appear to have only gotten worse for the Broadway star.

"Nick has had a bad morning. Unfortunately, things are going downhill at the moment, so I am asking again for all the prayers, mega-prayers, right now," Kloots told followers via her Instagram Stories.

"Please cheer and please pray for Nick today, and I know that this virus is not going to get him down," she added sobbingly, wiping tears from eyes. "It's not how his story ends, so just keep us in your thoughts and prayers today. Thank you."

Cordero’s fight with COVID-19 caused him to be hospitalized in March, and complications from the disease required the thespian to have his leg amputated.

While Kloots did not specify what happened with Cordero’s recovery, she did inform fans that she’d no longer be able to provide daily video updates regarding his health at this time. Prior to yesterday’s video, she revealed Cordero was having difficulties with an infection in his left lung. “Nicks right lung is looking better. For two days it’s been clear!” she wrote in an Instagram Story. “The left lung is the same. So the left is still causing issues that we need to get clear.”

Last week, we reported Cordero was in the intensive care unit and described to be in “stable” condition and had waken up from his medically-induced coma. "Isn’t it the best news ever? It was such a good day," the fitness trainer recalled to Extra, adding that, “As he gets stronger, he’ll be able to do more things, but he’s just so weak right now. Just the act of looking up or down or opening his eyes on command exhausts him.”

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