Dundee United will limit their players to playing and training duties only as a result of the coronavirus.
In a statement, the Tannadice club confirmed they would “temporarily avoid interactions” such as selfies and autographs.
The Tangerines said: “Dundee United Football Club would like to outline measures it has taken in light of the ongoing issues concerning COVID-19 virus.
“As per the joint statement from the SFA and SPFL, the health of first team environments across all clubs must be a priority.
“Therefore, in response to current health advice, we will look to limit player appearances and activities outwith training and playing duties and temporarily avoid interactions such as providing photographs/selfies or autographs.
“The club has initiated appropriate proactive measures across all club operations at both our stadium and the training complex.
“These measures aim to protect the ongoing well-being of the staff and players and mirror the approach taken by numerous other clubs.
“We understand the importance of supporter interaction and regret any disappointment or inconvenience that these temporary measures cause.
“We thank all fans for your continuing support and understanding.”