"We are a team that respects the controls and the obligation to test ourselves. We hope that there will be no additional cases."
Juan Bernat, who contracted the coronavirus during the Ligue 1 winter break, is no longer on the list, after obtaining two negative tests on Monday and Tuesday, the club said.
The Spanish defender will resume training on Wednesday.
PSG are not alone in facing numerous positive tests following an increase in inections in France after the arrival of the Omicron variant.
Several Ligue 1 teams have been hit including Bordeaux, Lorient, Angers and Lille.
Sunday's match between Angers and Saint-Etienne has already been postponed while Friday's meeting between Bordeaux and Marseille is under threat.
Bordeaux, who had as many as 21 players out of action, were set to request a postponement from the league (LFP) on Tuesday.
"There are 17 players unavailable.. we will ask for the postponement," said Bordeaux after Tuesday's PCR tests were carried out.
Ten of the positive tests came after the players reported back for training after the Christmas break.