Scratch Cordero is accepting budgetary help in the midst of his COVID-19 fight. Soon after having his correct leg severed because of complexities from the coronavirus, the 41-year-old Broadway star’s GoFundMe page outperformed its $350,000 objective.
As of Monday morning, Cordero’s gathering pledges page has in excess of 6,000 contributors and has raised upwards of $357,000. The pledge drive was begun by Erin Silver, Aimee Song and Jacey Duprie to help spread Cordero’s emergency clinic bills and bolster his better half, Amanda Kloots, and their 10-month-old child, Elvis.
Throughout the end of the week, Kloots uncovered that Cordero’s correct leg would have been cut away because of continuous thickening issues. After the medical procedure, Kloots took to her Instagram Story to share that her significant other was “doing the best he can.”
“He’s recouping great after medical procedure. The injury looks OK. He didn’t lose a great deal of blood. His circulatory strain is OK. His heart is OK. Indeed, even his inner draining has descended,” she said. “Everything is by all accounts quieted down, which is so extraordinary in light of the fact that this has been such an exciting ride.”
Cordero tried positive for the coronavirus recently in the wake of being misdiagnosed with pneumonia and has since gone through weeks quieted in the ICU.
Cordero’s fight has propelled his supporters around the world to move to his melody, “Carry on with Your Life,” just as Elvis Presley’s tune, “Got a Lot o’ Livin’ to Do,” via web-based networking media to show their help for him.