Amanda Kloots would like to thank the ‘health heroes’ that help husband Nick Cordero provide a health update

Amanda Kloots thanks the ‘health heroes’ helping husband Nick Cordero while updating fans on the 90th day of his hospital stay

Amanda Kloots would like to thank the medical professionals who care for husband Nick Cordero as he continues to recover from serious coronavirus complications.

The fitness pro shouted out to all the ‘Health Heroes’ who were by his side sharing an adorable photo of himself and son Elvis on Instagram on Wednesday.

“Ninety days of extraordinary care,” Amanda wrote in her caption.

Grateful: Amanda Kloots thanked the 'health heroes' who supported her husband Nick Cordero while continuing to recover from coronavirus complications

Grateful: Amanda Kloots thanked the ‘health heroes’ who supported her husband Nick Cordero while continuing to recover from coronavirus complications

“It’s day 90,” the mother of one explained.

“I want to give a huge shout out to the health heroes taking care of my husband. Ninety days of extraordinary care and when he was COVID positive they risked their lives to save his, ”she continued.

Amanda said she was impressed by their dedication.

“I am in the hospital watching the nurses follow each machine, repair all his lines, check his levels, turn him, wash him, bandage, administer medications and then ask ME if I need anything … water or crackers?!?!

“They are absolutely incredible and Elvis and I will always be grateful.”

A long battle: “Ninety days of extraordinary care,” Amanda wrote in her caption

Giving Back: In her post, Amanda revealed that she is going to sell shirts to take advantage of the COVID response.  She has seen the top model above

Giving Back: In her post, Amanda revealed that she is going to sell shirts to take advantage of the COVID response.  She has seen the top model above

Giving Back: In her post, Amanda revealed that she is going to sell shirts to take advantage of the COVID response. She has seen the top model above

Kloots then revealed how she and sister Anna founded the company Hooray For to give back.

The duo are selling a special Health Hero T-shirt designer, who will give 50% of the proceeds to COVID response.

In the photo, Amanda modeled the T-shirt with black shorts.

She closed her caption with a strong message, saying, “This virus is real and should be taken and stopped seriously. We will always do what we can to support that. ‘

Be strong: she closed her caption with a strong message and said, “This virus is real and should be taken seriously and stopped. We will always do what we can to support that. Above is a photo of Amanda holding Nick’s hand

Long Distance: Cordero was admitted to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center with pneumonia in March and has been in intensive care since

Long Distance: Cordero was admitted to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center with pneumonia in March and has been in intensive care since

Long Distance: Cordero was admitted to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center with pneumonia in March and has been in intensive care since

Amanda’s Broadway star aficionado faces a long list of complications after coming up with COVID.

Cordero was admitted to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center with pneumonia in March and has been in intensive care since.

Doctors had to amputate his right leg due to complications from the coronavirus and the Rock of Ages, and the waitress has a lot of 65 pounds and suffered major lung damage during hospitalization.

Kloots and Cordero married in September 2017 and their son Elvis was born on June 10, 2019.

Lovebirds: Kloots and Cordero married in September 2017, and their son Elvis was born on June 10, 2019

Lovebirds: Kloots and Cordero married in September 2017, and their son Elvis was born on June 10, 2019

Lovebirds: Kloots and Cordero married in September 2017, and their son Elvis was born on June 10, 2019

Advertisement

.