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WATCH: Shropshire NHS superheroes help spirits soar with dance routines

By Nick Humphreys | Shrewsbury | News | Published: | Last Updated:

Our NHS superheroes have been keeping spirits up by soaring into online stardom with their dancing skills.

The theatre team at Royal Shrewsbury Hospital show off their dancing skills

Staff at hospitals across the region have been raising a smile by sharing videos made on wards during the coronavirus crisis.

Among those viewed thousands of times are TikTok clips from Royal Shrewsbury Hospital and Princess Royal Hospital in Telford where staff performed energetic routines to Blinding Lights by The Weeknd.

Here is the Princes Royal emergency team performing their routine outside the front of A&E:

Meanwhile the theatres team at Royal Shrewsbury Hospital were all smiles as they got their groove on...

And here is another video of the theatre staff at RSH at it again...

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Meanwhile, staff at New Cross Hospital in Wolverhampton have shared a variety of TikTok routines with the New Cross voices fundraising page.

Here's the C22 ward team giving it their best Right Foot Now Left Foot...

And here are the masked ladies in ward A12 showing off their best to boppy new wave hit Drank and Drugs by Lil Kleine and Ronnie Flex.

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Here's the latest effort from the team in the emergency department.

And here is a message from colleagues on ward A7.

But it's not been all about fun short TikTok videos.

Staff at the intensive care unit at New Cross put this emotional video together to Lean on Me, offering reassurance to relatives of people suffering from coronavirus.

NEW CROSS WOLVERHAMPTON ICU LEAN ON ME

"To all our relatives. Our promise to you from ITU New Cross. We are so sorry you can not be with loved ones. We assure you we are taking care of them. We are trying our absolute best.

"We are giving 110 per cent. We will not stop fighting however sadly some will not win their battle.

"We will be with them till the end

"They will not suffer, not be in pain. We will hold their hand. Treat them with privacy, dignity and respect.

"We will cry for you. We promise and send our love."

Stay at home. Protect the NHS. Save lives."

Nick Humphreys

By Nick Humphreys
Senior Reporter

Senior reporter for the Shropshire Star focusing on Shrewsbury.

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