With players facing a demanding schedule to make up for lost time, FIFA plans to help ease the workload.
CONMEBOL is eyeing a September start to 2022 World Cup qualifying amid the coronavirus outbreak.
FIFA has ruled clubs can keep their players for the upcoming international break, and it is consequently in favour of postponements.
Games including Brazil v Bolivia and Argentina v Ecuador will not be played this month following a request from CONMEBOL.
The start of South America's 2022 World Cup qualifying is set to be postponed due to coronavirus.
Brazil will be without Alisson for their first World Cup qualifiers, but Neymar is back in the squad after missing their previous two games.
Having reached the semi-finals of the Copa America, Argentina have given Lionel Scaloni their backing for the 2022 World Cup qualifiers.
Juan Carlos Osorio was set to lead Paraguay at this year's Copa America but he has left his post due to family reasons.
Colombia's search for a new coach has begun after Jose Pekerman – in the role since January 2012 – announced he is leaving.
Former Mexico tactician Juan Carlos Osorio has ended speculation over his future by agreeing to become Paraguay's new coach.