The deadly Coronavirus disease (COVID-19)which broke out from Wuhan in China, has killed many people around the World while plenty of others are in the hospitals battling for their lives.
The virus has also thrown the world of football into chaos as most Leagues, including La Liga, Bundesliga, France Ligue 1 and many others have been suspended all games for now due to coronavirus.
Meanwhile, here are footballers and coaches in the world who have tested positive for Coronavirus so far.
On February 28, Italian-Nigerian footballer, King Udoh, 22, who plays professional football with Pianese, an Italian Serie C side team, tested positive to the coronavirus (Covid-19).
On March 11, German defender Timo Hubers, who plays for Hannover 96 in German league 2 became the first professional footballer in Germany to test positive for coronavirus.
The same day, Italian defender, Daniele Rugani, 25, who plays for Juventus became the first footballer in Serie A to test positive for Coronavirus.
On March 12, Arsenal coach Mikel Arteta became the first coach in the World to be tested positive for coronavirus.
Chelsea winger Callum Hudson-Odoi was diagnosed with the virus same day afterArsenal coach Mikel Arteta.
On March 13, Juventus superstar, Paulo Dybala became the second footballer in Serie A to be diagnosed with the virus.
Several football clubs including Chelsea, Arsenal, Real Madrid and Juventus are self-isolating their whole squad because of the deadly virus.