Approximately 374 suspected cases in Morocco have tested negative.
One of the patients tested positive for COVID-19 in Nador after arriving in Morocco from Germany.
The second patient arrived in Taourirt, eastern Morocco, from France.
Health authorities detected the third patient, who arrived from Spain, in Tangier.
Since the start of the outbreak, Moroccan laboratories also performed 374 medical tests for suspected COVID-19 cases that yielded negative results.
While the majority of Morocco’s 77 patients contracted the coronavirus virus abroad, Minister of Health Khalid Ait Taleb reported the appearance of local infections on March 18.
The epidemic has so far claimed the lives of three people: An 89-year-old woman, a 75-year-old man, and a 39-year-old man. Meanwhile, two other patients have fully recovered from the disease.
After confirming the country’s 63rd coronavirus case, Morocco declared a state of emergency on March 19 to tackle the spread of the epidemic.