Broadway Star Nick Cordero Still Battling Effects of Coronavirus, Wife Told to ‘Say Goodbye’

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Nick Cordero wife Amanda Kloots asks for help with husbands coronavirus care
Photo courtesy Amanda Kloots Instagram.

It has been over two months since Broadway star Nick Cordero was taken to the hospital to help in his battle with COVID-19. And in those last two months, his wife had dealt with many an unbearable day.

“I’ve been told a couple times that he won’t make it,” Cordero’s wife Amanda Kloots said in a heartbreaking Instagram post on Wednesday (June 3.) “I’ve been told to say goodbye. I’ve been told it would take a miracle.”

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Indeed, it’s been quite the battle with coronavirus for Cordero, who has been faced with complication after complication when it comes to his health. On April 18, the actor underwent surgery to amputate his right leg due to excessive blood clotting. He then was put into a medically induced coma. Most recently, he began battling a lung infection.

And while the future looks a tad bleak for Cordero, Kloots is determined to hold onto her faith.

“Well, I have faith,” she wrote alongside a heartwarming picture of the Tony-nominated star holding their little son Elvis. “Faith that is small as a mustard seed sometimes, but that is all you need sometimes. He’s still here and despite his odds gets slightly, slightly better every day. Where there is faith, there is hope. Where there is hope, there can be a miracle! Like my dad has said since day one, every day he’s still with us is a miracle. I believe God is with us, with the doctors and with Nick.”

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Shortly after, Amanda took to her Instagram story to ask for medical help.

“What Nick needs help with MOST right now is someone who is or has researched the release of carbon dioxide from the lungs. If you think you know a doctor or trial to help ONLY THAT please reach out to me. Real medically based information from credited sources please!” she wrote. “Again, Nick needs help with ventilation. Releasing carbon dioxide from his lungs.”

We’re sending prayers to Amanda and family at this time.