The ongoing health crisis due to Covid-19 pandemic is not going to end anytime soon. This is what it looks after analysing the very surge in the number of cases affected by the coronoavirus.
However, some experts believe that the virus will shed away on its own after a period of four to six weeks. In the presence of so many theories out there, people continue to get affected without getting any respite from it.
Since there is no treatment available, it is better for the masses to stay at home and don’t let allow the virus to worsen the situation even further. Hundreds of people have been affected so far worldwide and everyone is currently looking forward to get respite from it.
Coming back to the Hollywood fraternity, we recently reported about the actor Nick Cordero who recently had his amputated due to the infection from coronavirus. Since his first surgery, fans looked quite eager to know all the latest updates about his health.
Amanda Kloots who is the wife of Nick chose to update fans about the actor’s health after fighting from the coronavirus. This is what she posted on her Instagram handle, “Right now, we’re in a bit of a waiting game. The doctors said that there was nothing on the MRI that would show that he won’t wake up, which is amazing news.”
Although, Amanda Kloots shared what the doctors have to say, the fact is that Nick’s ongoing battle with Covid-19 isn’t so cut-and-dry.
She further explained that her husband is currently on a high dose of sedation and would probably take some more time. But the amazing part is that it is the right time that doctors now expect that there is no reason why he should not wake up by now.
Kloots explained, “However, he hasn’t woken up and it’s been 12 days out of sedation, today’s the 12th day. The doctors do think that he should have woken up by now.”
Another thing which is worth mentioning here is that Nick’s doctors are trying to wean him off his ventilator.
This is what she has to say, “He’s completely off blood pressure medicine, which is great, and they are also trying to reduce the dialysis assistance, which is great. So as we are waiting for him to wake up, while he is still sleeping, they are slowly weaning his body off of assistance, which is just great, great news. Small wins.”