Coronavirus nurses channel Mrs Hinch to disinfect NHS hospital wards in pandemic

Hero nurses are channelling inner Instagram cleaning goddess Mrs Hinch to clean hospital wards to help fight the fight against the deadly coronavirus.

Nurses at Derby and Burton NHS Foundation Trust posed in rubber gloves and aprons as they disinfected their department.

The heartwarming snap was posted to Instagram, alongside the caption: "Our fantastic MAU [Medical Assessment Unit] Team have been #hinching and giving the department a spring clean.

"Inspired by @mrshinchhome, their saying is 'A bleach and a spray keeps the germs at bay'!"

Despite working around the clock, the nurses managed to raise a smile, as they continued to do their part against coronavirus.

Coronavirus has killed 144 people in the UK, and infected thousands more, with the peak expected to hit in 12 weeks time.

Internet cleaning sensation Mrs Hinch – real name Sophie Hinchcliffe – shared the photo with her 3.2million Instagram followers as she praised their inspiring efforts.

The Essex-based cleaning influencer wrote: "REAL life superwomen. Thank you."

She also asked her followers how they were feeling about the pandemic and said it calms her to watch the news instead of read it.

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Mrs Hinch is a cleaning influencer who took Instagram by storm and garnered millions of followers within a year.

She is good friends with TV star Stacey Solomon and made headlines for the rise in sales of home cleaning buys.

A former hairdresser, Sophie lives in Essex with her husband Jamie and their baby boy Ronnie and their beloved dog Henry.

Through her popular Instagram account she has garnered a "Hinch Army" of loyal fans and has appeared on This Morning alongside Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby.

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