There are now 31 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Tayside, up from 27 yesterday.
The Scottish Government released the figures around 2pm today.
There have been 7,550 tests carried out in Scotland, with 7,228 confirmed negative, a Holyrood spokesman said.
In total, 322 people have tested positive for Covid-19 in Scotland, and the number of deaths from the virus remains the same as yesterday, with six.
The rise in number of confirmed cases in Tayside is roughly a 15% increase compared with Thursday.
Fife has three more confirmed cases of Covid-19, up to 12 in total from nine yesterday.
Greater Glasgow and Clyde remains the most-affected health board area, with 91 confirmed cases.
The actual number of people infected remains unclear, as most of those who have experienced symptoms are in self-isolation.
More to follow