NICK Cordero’s wife reveals the "power of prayer" helped the actor take ‘a step forward’ after a coronavirus battle setback.
Earlier this week, Amanda had relayed to followers his status was going "downhill."
Amanda Kloots updated Instagram followers about Nick: “So one of the things that I have learned about this whole process is that the land of the ICU is one step forward, two steps back.
“And that’s kind of what happened to us in these last couple 24 hours.”
She went on: “I am happy to say that it looks like we’re on a step forward again.”
“Wow. It’s been another roller coaster, but this one goes out to the doctors and nurses at Cedars-Sinai, the power of prayer and the power of energy and support.
“And positivity is, I’m sorry, in my opinion, insurmountable.”
This positive news is a turn from earlier in the week when Amanda relayed: "Nick has had a bad morning.
She went on: "Unfortunately, things are going downhill at the moment, so I am asking again for all the prayers, mega-prayers, right now."
"Please cheer and please pray for Nick today, and I know that this virus is not going to get him down. She added: "It's not how his story ends, so just keep us in your thoughts and prayers today. Thank you."
Amanda has said she believes her 41-year-old husband, who is a Tony Award-nominated actor for his work in Bullets Over Broadway, is fighting to get out of the ICU and back to their son.
Amanda said: "I know he’s fighting for Elvis!!!"
"I know he wants to see Elvis grow up, to teach him things, see him walk, hear him talk and take him to his first day of school!
"I constantly tell him that he will, that he is the best dad and that Elvis needs him! "
The devoted mom affirmed in her newest post: “We have been singing and dancing and lifting him up in only positive thoughts and words and deeds.
"And guys, it’s making a difference.
“He’s not done. He’s not done.”
Nick has been fighting the virus in the ICU since late March.
He suffered complications from the disease which forced doctors to amputate his right leg because of blood clots.
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