Scottish Labour leader Anas Sarwar is self-isolating after a member of his household tested positive for coronavirus.
The party said on Monday Mr Sarwar will continue fulfilling his role at Holyrood remotely during his stay-at-home period.
Any positive case has to remain in isolation until 10 days from when they started having symptoms, while the rest of the household should remain in isolation for 10 days from symptom onset in the symptomatic person.
It is understood the Scottish Labour leader has tested negative for coronavirus.
A party spokesman said: “Anas Sarwar is self-isolating as a result of a member of his household testing positive for Covid-19.
“Mr Sarwar is well and will continue to fulfil his role in the Scottish Parliament remotely for the period of his self-isolation.”