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June 19, 2020

Nick Cordero's Wife Says He Is Struggling With His Blood Pressure Amid Battle With COVID-19

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Amanda Kloots has continued to lean into her faith amid her husband Nick Cordero's health battles amid his recovery from the novel coronavirus.

On June 17, People reported that Amanda Kloots has asked her followers to keep praying for her 41-year-old husband, Nick Cordero, who is still recovering from COVID-19 complications.

Nick Cordero and Amanda Kloots pose at the after party for Manhattan Concert Production's Broadway Series "Crazy For You" on February 19, 2017 in New York City | Photo: Getty Images

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Along with five praying hands emojis, Amanda wrote, “Prayers for Nick. Please pray that Nick's blood pressure gets better.” Her update came soon after the fitness instructor told followers that Nick’s condition was a “roller coaster,” which meant that “some days are good, some days aren't.”

Nick was initially admitted to Los Angeles' Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in late March for what his family believed was pneumonia.

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Despite the uncertainty surrounding his health, the mother of one stated that she has been gaining strength from her spirituality and was grateful for fans who have shown her family love by reaching out through DMs.

Although Nick woke up from his medically induced coma in May and has tested negative to the virus, People pointed out that he has continued to spend time in the intensive care unit, where he has been for over seventy days.

Amanda informed followers that her husband began responding - albeit slowly - to commands on Mother's Day during a FaceTime call she had had with him.

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However, just before Mother’s Day, Amanda revealed that Nick had suffered several setbacks in his COVID-19 recovery, including getting "an infection that caused his heart to stop."

Earlier this month, after a CT scan was done on his chest area, doctors said that the Broadway star would not be going under the knife for a lung transplant soon.

People further reported that Amanda shared that Nick wouldn’t survive if he underwent a lung transplant in his current state as he is “just too weak.”

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Her experience with the virus has prompted the fitness instructor to warn others against not taking any precautionary measures to slow down its spread.

People noted that Amanda took to her Instagram page to urge followers to do what was necessary in these times a picture of herself wearing a “Team Nick” face mask and the words:

“Stay safe, wear your mask, wash your hands, social distance, and don’t leave your home unless you have to.”

Nick was initially admitted to Los Angeles' Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in late March for what his family believed was pneumonia.

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