RAWALPINDI Five doctors, including four female doctors, and three nurses of Holy Family Hospital (HFH) suffering from Congo virus have been admitted in a special isolation ward and are receiving medical treatment. The female doctors of HFH Sonia, Adeela Naseer, Mayram Kamran and Iram Najib and staff nurses Shazia Perven, Ulfat Perven and Maryam Noor were affected by Congo virus while giving medical treatment to two Congo virus patients Rahida Bibi and Toseef, hailing from Attock, brought HFH a week ago, sources informed TheNation here on Wednesday. A male doctor of HFH is also affected by Congo virus but his name has been kept secret by hospital administration, sources further told. Talking to the newsmen, HFH Spokesman Dr Raja Shafique Sarwar said that the patients contained suspected symptoms of Congo virus and added that all the doctors and nurses were admitted in a special isolation ward and were receiving treatment. He further said that the blood samples of the patients have been sought and would be sent to Islamabad for clinical tests. Sources also claimed that one patient Toseef had died on Monday suspected of Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever while Rashida Bibi died on Wednesday at 6:10pm. Emergency has been declared at the HFH and the new private ward has been declared as isolation area, where at present five doctors and three nurses have been kept, sources added. All necessary measures as per protocol have been undertaken. The situation is under control and is being watched very closely, HFH MS Dr Fayyaz told TheNation.