The Confederation Cup final was to have been played at the Prince Moulay Abdellah Stadium in Moroccan capital Rabat on Sunday, 24 May.
“The new schedule will be communicated in due time after consultation with the various stakeholders,” added the statement by CAF, which had already postponed the semi-finals.
“CAF is monitoring the situation closely and working with the relevant authorities including the Wealth Health Organization (WHO) on the impact of the virus on the continent, and will announce developments to our competitions at the appropriate time.”
Home-and-away finals were ditched by CAF last year after the second leg of the Champions League final in Tunis was abandoned.
Cairo teams Al Ahly and Zamalek and Casablanca sides Raja and Wydad had reached this season’s two-leg Champions League semi-finals, scheduled for 1/2 and 8/9 May.
Moroccan sides Hassania Agadir and Renaissance Berkane, Guinean club Horoya and Egyptian outfit Pyramids were through to the Confederation Cup semi-finals on 3 and 10 May.
Single-match finals are a gamble in Africa as football supporters generally shun matches not involving clubs from their country.
The CAF Super Cup, an annual match between the Champions League and Confederation Cup winners, was launched in 1993 and small crowds attended matches in neutral countries.
Embarrassed by tiny turnouts, CAF gave home advantage to the Champions League winners from 1996.