If you set the report only to 'infected files' and not for hard/soft errors, we can narrow down these messages.
Also, files that can't be scanned aren't infected by themselves, just couldn't be scanned, nothing more.
Decompression bomb is a file that may be rather small, but decompresses to an enormous amount of data (when processed as a packed archive). Such file are not malicious per se, but they may block an antivirus program when it tries to scan them.
This kind of files is rather hard to detect (and avoid) precisely - so, it is possible that there are some false alarms. It's not a big problem in this case, however - the "decompression bomb" announcement actually means something like "The file has a very high, maybe even suspicious, compression ratio and the AV is not going to scan the archive content".
I'd suggest to ignore these files.