The First Minister called for the public's help to tackle the coronavirus pandemic in a national address.
MSPs unanimously approved the Female Genital Mutilation (Protection and Guidance) (Scotland) Bill.
Boris Johnson said he is 'absolutely confident we can send coronavirus packing in this country'.
In a letter to the UK Government, MSP Mike Russell said ministers had halted work on the plans as a result of the pandemic.
The Scottish Government said the coronavirus outbreak is an 'economic emergency'.
The PM has been urged to announce a 'financial package for people' to support them through the coronavirus outbreak.
Figures show there are currently only 48 specialist hospital beds provided by NHS Scotland.
The measures are part of a huge economic stimulus package announced by the UK Government.
Jeane Freeman told MSPs the NHS in Scotland is being placed on an 'emergency footing'.
Foreign secretary Dominic Raab announced the new UK Government advice to MPs.
The country may also have to rejoin the Common Fisheries Policy, a report has said.
If anyone in a household develops symptoms, everyone who lives there should stay at home for 14 days.
The government says children won't be 'severely affected' by coronavirus and that they will be better off in their schools.
STV political editor Colin Mackay reports from a media briefing with the First Minister this morning.
The Scottish Government has advised reduced contact for the elderly but not complete social isolation.
A host of measures have been announced as part of the support package for businesses.
In the last decade, children receiving free school meals has shot up to 53.5%.
Brown said rising nationalism looked set to prevent a co-ordinated response.
The Finance Secretary is supporting a bill for free sanitary products in public buildings.
The Animal and Wildlife Bill was passed at stage one on Thursday.