Nick Cordero has for several months been fighting for his life after he was infected with the coronavirus.
Covid-19 has hit the 41-year-old canadian actor hard, and among other things he has amputated his leg - according to Nick Corderos wife, Amanda Kloots, because of the blood thinning medication he received in connection with the disease.
Amanda Kloots has continuously kept the public updated on how it goes with Nick Cordero, who is no longer in a coma and has removed the temporary pacemaker he was given to support the heart. The actor, however, remains 'extremely weak', told Amanda Kloots, when she Thursday visited 'CBS This Morning'.
Here she told, too, that Nick Cordero will probably have to have a double lung transplant, when it can be done. It writes CNN.
- There is a 99 percent risk that he need it if he is to live the life, as I know that my husband would like to live, she told host Gayle King.
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Four times did Amanda Kloots to know that the man would not survive, and that it was now time to say goodbye. Each time managed Nick Cordero, however, to cheat death.
- He fights. I can see it every day. Nicks doctor can see it. And as long as he continues to fight, so I am continuing to fight along with him, told Amanda Kloots.
even Though he is still weak, so, his condition is now stable.
- He can still open his eyes, and when he is awake, he can look up or down to answer yes/no questions. When I ask him about something, he tries even to smile or move his jaw. The nurses have all said that he responds best to my questions.
the Couple have a son, Elvis in one year.