Last week, a couple of Serie A fixtures were cancelled to prevent further spread of the disease including Inter vs Sampdoria and Atalanta vs Sassuolo, while yesterday the much-anticipated Juventus vs Inter clash was rescheduled as the virus took a risky turn in Italy.
Some clubs were unhappy at the decision to continue playing in regions unaffected by the coronavirus - such as Rome, Naples and Cagliari - saying that either all matches should go ahead or none.
Meanwhile, the second legs of the Italian Cup semifinals (Juventus-AC Milan and Napoli-Inter) are scheduled to go ahead this week; with fans in the virus-affected areas banned from attending the Juventus-Milan game.
A number of Serie A fixtures, including Inter's title shoot-out with Juventus, had initially been scheduled to be played behind closed doors before being postponed until later in the season.
Inter's last Serie A outing was the 2-1 defeat at Lazio on February 16, while they are due to welcome Sassuolo to San Siro on Sunday, with a midweek trip to Napoli for their Coppa Italia second leg on Thursday.
"The decision was down to me, but the clubs involved were contacted by telephone, so we know that they all had positions which were hard to reconcile". Four Pianese players have now tested positive for coronavirus.
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Later Sunday, the Lega also announced the postponement of Sampdoria's match at home to Hellas Verona.
The death toll was at seven when the decision was made to play Sunday's matches behind closed doors.
It was a fifth win in six games for Gennaro Gattuso's team who remain in sixth place in the table.
Also Monday, the first board meeting for the Milan-Cortina Olympics was changed to a video conference instead of being held in Milan.
Since his January move to Italy, Moses has played in seven games across all competitions, including three matches in Serie A.