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Broadway star Nick Cordero’s battle in opposition to coronavirus has seen a brand new setback, in accordance with his wife.
The 41-year-old actor was hospitalized in March for coronavirus, and since then, he is fought an onslaught of setbacks which have included mini-strokes and the amputation of his leg.
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After waking from his medically induced coma, Cordero’s situation began “going a little downhill,” as wife Amanda Kloots put it.
Now, she’s supplied extra particulars as to what precisely he is up in opposition to.
“It’s been a tough week,” Kloots mentioned on her Instagram story Saturday night time. “Nick suffered from some new lung infection in his lungs earlier this week and since then, he’s been slowly recovering, which is great.”
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She added: “Day by day, hour by hour, he’s getting better. He’s slowly getting back to where he was before this infection came about.”
The following step, Kloots mentioned, would come with taking Cordero off some medicines.
“I’m so proud of Nick, I’m really proud of how strong he is and, gosh, what he’s gone through and his will,” she continued. “I’m just really, really proud of him.”
Kloots concluded the video with a prolonged plea to followers to “hug your loved ones… and let them know, ‘I love you.'”
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On Friday, Kloots famous on Instagram that Cordero has been “defying odds” and “showing small improvements each day.”