Kloots, a dancer and instructor of physical conditioning, said that although her husband is not able to speak while he remains in the icu on a ventilator, he communicates with his eyes.
“He can’t even really touch you, this is how it is low,” she said on her stories Instagram. “He looks up, he looks down, he looks to the left and to the right. And he answers yes and no questions, a yes look up and not look down. ”
Cordero was hospitalized for more than two months because of complications related to COVID-19.
Kloots was sincere about the difficult battle of her husband and said that the last two days had been ” everywhere “, because of the blood pressure fluctuating from Cordero. She also said that he had lost 65 pounds in the hospital and that ” his muscles atrophiaient without any doubt “.
Kloots acknowledged that Cordero will have a long road of rehabilitation ahead, but said that she had hope.
“(It would) probably in a rehabilitation centre for a year before even going to the house. They say that every week in the ICU represents a month of rehabilitation “, she explained.
Kloots has credited his faith for having sustained her during this difficult time.
“Honestly, I think my faith keeps me a very positive person. I start every day, I think of a positive quote, and I post in my stories, ” she said. “I wake up and tell me that I am so lucky to be able to wake up and do things. I just try to use each day to the fullest … I’m exhausted, I try to be a woman, a mom and run a business. I’m exhausted but I’m fine. “