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May 29, 2020

Nick Cordero's Wife Amanda Kloots Shares Sweet Photo of Him Carrying Their Little Son Elvis

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Amanda Kloots has opened up about missing her husband, Nick Cordero, amid his COVID-19-related health problems.

For almost two months, Amanda Kloots has had to deal with her husband, Nick Cordero's scary journey of fighting COVID-19-related complications in the ICU at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. 

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Still not giving up the fight, Inquisitr reported that the fitness instructor took to her Instagram feed to state that she missed her man. Posting a sweet picture of Nick and their son, Elvis, Amanda stated in the caption:

"I miss him. Day 57 I remember taking this picture of Nick. We were walking to a pedtrician appointment. I was thinking, "he's the cutest Dad in the entire world!"

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It didn't take long for her fans to like the image while informing her that she and her family are in their prayers. Over the last few days, Amanda has shared a series of updates about Nick, with the most recent being that his doctors noticed some improvement in his health.

Even though he has since tested negative to COVID-19, Nick has remained in a medically induced coma and has suffered a series of complications.

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According to USA Today, Amanda told supporters that "they saw some success with proning Nick," through her Instagram Stories

The treatment is a technique in which a patient is placed on their stomach - with their chest and face down - instead of laying on their back.

The mother of one added that doctors would continue to prone him for "like 16-20 hour intervals" as they have seen "some improvements with his oxygen and gas exchange rates" with the technique.

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The fitness instructor also pointed out that they had placed her husband on new antibiotics and were giving him a high dosage of vitamin C to help his immune system.

Before that update, E! Online noted that Amanda shared a sweet moment to her Instagram Stories during this year's Mother's Day celebration. Although she started the video by praising her mother, sisters, and friends, Amanda's focus soon switched to Nick.

It would be recalled that the Broadway star was first hospitalized at the end of March for what his family thought was pneumonia.

Even though he has since tested negative to COVID-19, Nick has remained in a medically induced coma and has suffered a series of complications.

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