"He is awake. It's just that Nick is so weak right now that even opening his eyes (or) closing his eyes takes ... all of his energy".
Cordero starred in Rock of Ages and Waitress and earned a Tony nomination for Bullets Over Broadway. Nonetheless, this newest growth comes after Cordero regarded up and regarded down when Kloots requested him to on Mom's Day, based on Kloots in one other Instagram video.
Cordero had been hospitalised in March 30, and later tested positive for the virus and had to be put under a medically induced coma.
Now that he's awake, Kloots said Cordero remains "really, really weak".
Kloots has been sharing updates about Cordero's condition on her social media as well as requests for prayers, good vibes, and a daily dance to Cordero's song "Live Your Life" with the hashtag #WakeUpNick. We do not know how he got COVID-19 but he did. "We aren't giving up Nick Cordero!".
"Finally confirmed after two days of & # 39; Is he doing this?" In addition to being placed in a coma, he underwent a tracheostomy and had to have one of his legs amputated due to blood-clotting issues. "They're that damaged", Kloots said on Instagram at the time.
Over the weekend Kloots shared her last photo taken with her husband and 11-month-old son, summarizing his long, hard fight with the respiratory illness and thanking his many caregivers. "What will help me the most right now?" she said. "So, they went home to pack up their things and he got Covid-19 when they did that, and he has it worse than anyone I've heard of who hasn't passed away".
Her goal was for Nick Cordero to wake up on their son's first birthday, which was in June.
'I'm not going to let him leave my side, ' she told GMA. I can't wait to be reunited with him.