Scottish Labour leader Anas Sarwar is self-isolating after a member of his household tested positive for coronavirus.
The party said Mr Sarwar is well and continuing to carry out his duties.
“Anas Sarwar is self-isolating as a result of a member of his household testing positive for Covid-19,” a spokesman said.
“Mr Sarwar is well and will continue to fulfil his role in the Scottish Parliament remotely for the period of his self-isolation.”
Mr Sarwar succeeded Richard Leonard as Scottish Labour leader in February, and was re-elected as a Glasgow MSP this month.
MSPs were due to meet at Holyrood today to elect a new first minister.