There have so far been 104 Serie A players diagnosed with COVID-19, but the only club to have avoided the virus entirely is Udinese.
Marcelo Brozovic was the latest addition to the list, as he tested positive while on international duty with Croatia last night.
It means there have now been seven cases at Inter, although Brozovic is the only one currently positive.
Genoa were hardest hit by the pandemic, as they had 18 cases among their squad, not to mention several in the staff too.
Parma follow with 12, then Roma on 11, Sampdoria eight, Fiorentina, Inter and Milan seven.
Lazio had six cases that were confirmed, along with Sassuolo, while Juventus, Spezia and Torino had five.
Atalanta, Bologna and Cagliari registered four COVID-19 cases, Benevento, Napoli and Hellas Verona three and Crotone two.
The one and only Serie A club yet to have a single player test positive for Coronavirus is Udinese.