Broadway actor Nick Cordero, 41, may be in the early stages of waking up from a medically-induced coma after his two month battle with coronavirus.
Cordero’s doctors at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles have seen very small signs of eye movement and tracking — something that he has not been able to do since he went into the coma.
Amanda Kloots, Cordero’s wife, took to social media on Wednesday to share the news in an emotional Instagram story, calling “the best news they’ve gotten so far.”
“The doctor just called and said that Nick is showing very, very, very early, early, early signs of stages of tracking,” Kloots said on Instagram.
“The doctor just really thinks this is a great sign that he is starting to wake up.”
Just yesterday, Kloots reported that her husband had a “rocky night” when his oxygen levels went down. Cordero has been battling the virus since last month and had his right leg amputated due to some complications.
Kloots ended her update with the optimistic note that Mother’s Day is just around the corner and she hopes that her husband will wake up as a gift to his family.
“Maybe he will wake up for me and his mom,” Kloots said.
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