This weekend's Serie A matches that had been scheduled to be played behind closed doors have been postponed and rescheduled to May 13 due to fears over the worsening Coronavirus outbreak.
Juventus have confirmed that they have made a decision to put members of their "B" / Under-23 team (who play in Serie C) in quarantine as a precautionary measure.
Inter also felt a Monday fixture against Juventus would not allow enough time for their players to recover for Thursday's Coppa Italia semi-final second leg against Napoli in Naples.
Juventus also announced that they are temporarily suspending the activities of their Under-23 squad after the team had played a third division fixture against Pianese who have several players affected by coronavirus.
Gazetta dello Sport said the players had been quarantined in their homes, though this was not mentioned by Juventus.
Lazio went top of the Serie A table for the first time in nearly a decade thanks to victory over Bologna.
Bologna had two second-half goals disallowed following VAR reviews.
Updates from the Italian government state 1,128 people in Italy have confirmed cases of coronavirus, with 29 deaths.
Alberto put Lazio ahead 18 minutes in with a shot from the edge of the area after taking a pass from Ciro Immobile then provided the pass for Joaquin Correa to score with a deflected effort three minutes later.
Four matches were cancelled last weekend, including Inter Milan's home game against Sampdoria.
The Turin club, whose under-23 team play in Serie C, said it was a precautionary measure and they were in constant contact with health authorities.
It was a fifth win in six games for Gennaro Gattuso's team who remain in sixth place in the table.