Scottish Conservative leader Douglas Ross is no longer self-isolating after testing negative for Covid-19.
Mr Ross took a PCR test after a member of his staff tested positive for coronavirus.
The unnamed worker was in Holyrood, Edinburgh, on Wednesday, but received a positive result from a lateral flow test later that night.
Mr Ross did a lateral flow test late on Wednesday afternoon, which was negative, and then took a PCR test as a precaution.
The Scottish Conservatives confirmed on Friday that Mr Ross had a negative test result.
The party said: “Scottish Conservative leader Douglas Ross has tested negative for Covid following a PCR test.
“As a result, he is no longer self-isolating.”