Cordero’s wife, comedian Amanda Kloots, updated fans Wednesday via Instagram, holding back tears, revealing that after waking up from a medical coma, the health of the 41-year-old thespian had deteriorated.
“Okay guys, so here in the car to blow this song up because I just needed stereo sound power. Nick had a bad morning, “said Kloots, 38. “Unfortunately, things are going a little bit down right now, so I’m asking for all the prayers and mega prayers again right now.
“Please applaud and pray for Nick today, and I know this virus will not bring him down,” she said, crying. “This is not how its story ends! So please keep us in your thoughts and prayers today, thank you! “
Hours ago, Kloots shared that Cordero’s right lung was improving, although his left “still causes problems”.
Cordero first fell ill in March and was admitted to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles with what he believed to be a serious case of pneumonia. After being diagnosed with coronavirus, he was placed on a ventilator. He has since lost his right leg, suffered two mini-strokes and a septic infection, battled a fungus in his lungs, and received a temporary pacemaker for his heart.