Morocco's health ministry on Monday evening confirmed the country's first coronavirus case.
The patient is a Moroccan man living in Italy, the Reuters news agency reports, and he is receiving treatment at a hospital in Casablanca.
His health condition is not critical, the ministry is quoted as saying in a statement.
The case was confirmed after tests at the Institut Pasteur-Maroc returned positive, according to the state-owned Maghreb Agency Press.
News of Morocco's first patient on Monday coincides with similar confirmations in Tunisia and Senegal.
Tunisia's Health Minister Abdelatif el-Maki told journalists on Monday that their patient was a 40-year-old Tunisian man, who arrived in the country by boat from Italy on 27 February.
In Senegal, Health Minister Abdoulaye Diouf Sarr told a press conference that the patient is a Frenchman who lives in Senegal and flew back from France on 26 February. The patient reported to a private hospital on 27 February with symptoms including a headache.