NICK Cordero’s wife posted she is “praying for a miracle.”
The coronavirus-stricken actor is fighting a lung infection stemming from the disease.
Amanda shared an update about her husband: “I know it’s been a while and partly that is because we’ve just been in a little bit of a standstill. We’re kind of just waiting to see if Nick gets better…
“We’re at a point where we’ve sort of done everything that we possibly can and now we’re just waiting to see if things progress in a way that is good.
“Nick is on a big dose of steroids to try to help with inflation in his body so we’re seeing if that works and we’re just continuing prayers and hoping for miracles every day.”
In another post Amanda wrote: “I am still praying for a miracle. Sometimes that prayer is answered in the way we ask and sometimes it’s answered in a way we could never understand.
“Faith is a beautiful thing but also, also a hard thing.
“True faith comes in times where we must trust in God, his plan and his will. In that, I find peace always.”
Over the weekend, Amanda shared a photo of the couple captioned with a note Nick sent her on past Valentine’s Day.
She said: “Nick wrote to me on Valentines Day, ‘The future’s uncertain, the path is not always clear, but with you by my side I walk with no fear,’ ” she wrote, adding that “It’s day 60 and I miss him more than ever. “
Nick and Amanda have an 11-month-old son, Elvis.
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Recently, Amanda shared: “Nick suffered from some new lung infection in his lungs earlier this week.
“Since then he’s been slowly recovering, which is great.”
“Day by day, hour by hour, he’s getting better. So he is slowly getting back to where he was before this infection came about and that’s good.”
The 41-year-old Tony Award-nominated actor has been in the ICU since late March and suffered complications from COVID-19, which forced doctors to amputate his right leg because of blood clots.
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