‘This will show the real enthusiasm behind the president’s reelection,’ the campaign official said.

The Trump campaign is maintaining “full speed ahead” as President Trump diagnosed with coronavirus on a recent test, launches a new “Operation MAGA” campaign invigoration that includes events featuring Vice President Pence and members of the Trump family now slated in key battleground states across the country.

The new surge in campaign activity comes after the President apparently tested positive for COVID and was moved to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center for several days of monitoring and much needed rest.

Trump campaign manager Bill Stepien, who also apparently tested positive for coronavirus on Friday, is working remotely, but is not slowing down one bit, according to a senior campaign official.

“Bill is working remotely, but absolutely remains in total control of the campaign,” the official told Fox News, adding that Stepien’s longtime ally, deputy campaign manager Justin Clark, remains at campaign headquarters.

The official told us that early Saturday morning, Stepien, Clark and senior adviser Jason Miller held a conference call with campaign communications, operations and political teams to describe the details about the launch of “Operation MAGA” and get the teams diligently working on the new initiative and to “rally everybody for the last 30 days” of the campaign.

The official said Stepien was planning to host two other conference calls this afternoon – one with the entire campaign staff, and the other with grassroots leaders from across the country. The official also said that the vice president is expected to participate in one of those calls.

“Operation MAGA will fire up the entire MAGA universe to keep President Trump’s campaign at full speed until our Commander-in-Chief returns to the campaign trail,” Stepien said. “Vice President Mike Pence, the First Family, our coalitions, and our grassroots supporters will be out in full force to show the real enthusiasm behind the President’s re-election and to show we’re working as hard as he always does.”

“Operation MAGA” is set to begin with virtual events, featuring key Trump surrogates, leading up to the vice presidential debate between Pence and Biden running mate Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., which is still set to take place Wednesday, Oct. 7, in Salt Lake City, Utah.

After the debate, “Operation MAGA” is set to shift back to in-person events, beginning with Pence’s travel to Arizona.

“While he is on the road, the vice president will stop in Indiana so that he can vote early in his home state,” a campaign official said. “He will then continue on to other events in key states which we have yet to announce.”

“Operation MAGA” is also set to include events featuring the president’s children – Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump and his wife, Lara Trump.

The campaign will also host events with coalitions in key states, including, but not limited to “Women for Trump,” “Black Voices for Trump” and “Latinos for Trump,” the official said.

A campaign official also said that at these events the campaign plans to continue taking “every precaution for the health and safety of participants and attendees.” The official went on to say that the campaign has taken “great care” to ensure that attendees of the events are “safe,” noting that at each campaign event there are temperature checks, and that staff hand out face masks and hand sanitizer.

Stepien continued that they “also encourage all of the President’s supporters to pick up the banner themselves by volunteering in our grassroots Army for Trump, flying their Trump flags, putting out more yard signs, and wearing their MAGA gear proudly.”

The effort comes as the president is under observation and working from Walter Reed. This afternoon, the president said he is “feeling well.”

“Doctors, Nurses and ALL at the GREAT Walter Reed Medical Center, and others from likewise incredible institutions who have joined us, are AMAZING!!!” he tweeted. “Tremendous progress has been made over the last 6 months in fighting this PLAGUE. With their help, I am feeling well!”

Trump was moved to the medical center later Friday in what was described as a purely precautionary measure which the White House described as “mild.” He had announced his positive test result early Friday morning.

A number of White House and campaign officials have also tested positive – including Stepien and senior White House adviser Hope Hicks. On Saturday former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, who was on Trump’s prep team for Tuesday’s presidential debate, announced that he had tested positive as well.

Trump’s tweets came minutes after White House physician Dr. Sean Conley and other members of the medical team briefed reporters on Trump’s condition.

Conley said they were “extremely happy with the progress” the President is making.

“This morning, the President is doing very well,” he said.

Meanwhile, former Vice President Joe Biden, who tested negative to coronavirus after participating in the first presidential debate, has asked that his campaign pull their negative ads while the president is recovering from COVID-19.

However, a source close to the Trump campaign said that, as of early Saturday, the Biden campaign is still running some of those attack ads against the president in some states and online platforms.

The Trump campaign, though, has not paused their advertising.

“If the rule is you don’t attack the guy in the hospital, then why would Trump take down his own ads?” the source said.

Fox News’ Adam Shaw contributed to this report.