A number of golf events in Egypt and Kenya have been postponed due to the global coronavirus outbreak.
Three contests in the Alps Tour, a developmental professional golf tour, have been postponed.
These are the Allegria Open from March 19 to 21, the Pyramids Open from March 24 to 26 and New Giza Open from March 29 to 31.
They will now be rescheduled for September.
The next tournament on the Alps Tour schedule is the Abruzzo Open on April 24, due to be held at Miglianico Golf and Country Club in Italy.
Despite Italy currently being the most coronavirus-affected country in Europe, with 7,375 cases and 366 deaths, the tournament is still set to take place.
"At the moment, no other postponement of events are envisaged, although we are closely monitoring the situation and we shall abide by the orders of the relevant authorities," said an Alps Tour spokesperson.
The Magical Kenya Open, due to take place next week at Karen Country Club, has been cancelled, with the Kenyan Government postponing all meetings and conferences in the country of an international nature, despite having no confirmed cases of coronavirus.
"We understand and totally respect the decision made by the Government of Kenya in these difficult times," said Keith Pelley, European Tour Chief Executive.
"We are looking into the possibility of rescheduling the tournament at some point later in the season, but that remains simply a possibility right now – we have no definitive plans at this stage."
More than 111,000 cases of coronavirus have been confirmed worldwide, with 3,886 deaths.