Amanda Kloots gives update on husband Nick Cordero’s condition

Kloots says the Broadway star who is battling coronavirus has been comatose for nearly two weeks but may be taken off a ventilator. How she and their son are keeping their spirits up.
2:18 | 04/24/20

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Transcript for Amanda Kloots gives update on husband Nick Cordero’s condition
Now, George, we go to you. We turn to our "Gma" cover story and the latest on Broadway star Nick Cordero's battle with coronavirus. Erielle reshef has more headline his condition. Good morning, erielle. Reporter: Good morning to you, George. Nick's wife Amanda has been posting updates for weeks about his condition unable to visit her husband in the hospital but this morning she is staying positive but saying her husband is still not awake yet. Overnight new details on Broadway star Nick Cordero's condition. The doctors said that there was nothing on the mri that would show that he won't wake up which is amazing news. Reporter: The 41-year-old still in a coma dealing with complications from covid-19. His wife Amanda kloots taking to Instagram saying doctors may move the rock of ages star off a ventilator, but she says he's not out of the woods yet. He hasn't woken up and it's been 12 days out of sedation. The doctors do think that he should have woken up by now. However, they are saying that he was heavily sedated. We are just, you know, hoping and praying every day that Nick wakes up and putting that energy and positivity out there because I do believe he will. Reporter: The Tony nominee's leg amputated due to a blood clot stemming from the virus. Admitted to the hospital on March 30th Cordero isn't allowed visitors. One, two. Reporter: His wife trying to keep spirits high recording videos of their 10 million dollar Elvis and posting messages from fans and loved ones using #wakeupnick. All right Reporter: Unable to visit her husband, kloots dances outside thick's hospital window. Fans joining in on social media celebrating the actor known on stage for his roles in hits like "Bullets over Broadway." He's on Nick time and when he wakes up, we will all be here to celebrate it. Reporter: Amanda has posted on Instagram thanking health care workers who have cared for Nick and all of those with covid-19 saying they are amazing and they are risking their lives to save others, of course, that is true and, Amy, we are sending our love to Nick's family this morning. That's right, erielle. Wake up, Nick. We are hoping and praying for the best.

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