The leader of the Conservatve Party of Canada, Erin O'Toole, tested positive for coronavirus on Friday evening.
In a statement, the party said that O'Toole is "very relieved that his wife and children have tested negative."
They went on to say that the new leader is in "self-isolation and is feeling well."
O'Toole decided to get tested for the virus after his staffer received a positive test a few days ago.
Earlier on Friday, the Bloc Quebecois leader Yves-Francois Blanchet also tested positive for the virus, and the entire Bloc caucus remains in self-isolation.
It is unclear what will happen to the return of Parliament, that the CPC were eagerly attempting to bring after the throne speech.
The Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had a coronavirus scare earlier this year when his wife, Sophie, tested positive for the virus. Trudeau was found to be healthy following a significant time in quarantine.