Coydoras eggs are a very popular food item for most fish in the tank. The eggs will generally hatch in about three days after they're laid. The water pH needs to be very close to neutral (7) and the water very pure.
I keep several kinds of Corydoras and have seen eggs in the tank on several occasions, but I've just left them and I don't think my pH is quite right, so I've never had any fry.
If you decide to move the eggs, a credit card or similar tool is helpful to retrieve them. If you put them into another tank, the new tank water properties need to be close to that in the original tank.
There are a lot of things that need to be in place, so the eggs will hatch.
"Fear not, my young apprentice. Just change the tank water."