Giuliani, who is spearheading the Trump campaign's legal efforts to ensure election integrity, had tested negative for the virus immediately preceding his trips to Arizona, Michigan, and Georgia, according to the Trump legal team. He traveled to those states to conduct hearings with state legislators over allegations of election fraud.
The Trump legal team also said the mayor didn't experience any signs or symptoms or test positive for the virus until more than 48 hours after his return.
"No legislators in any state or members of the press are on the contact tracing list, under current CDC Guidelines," the team added.
They said members of the legal team who had "close contact" with Giuliani are now following doctors' and health official guidelines on self-isolation and testing.
Earlier on Dec. 6, Giuliani was interviewed by Fox News’ Maria Bartiromo and didn’t appear to show any symptoms of the virus.