President Donald Trump’s campaign has announced that the president is planning to resume his campaign rallies just in time for summer. The locations and health and safety precautions are still being worked out.

Trump’s rallies were put to a stop three months ago due to the deadly Chinese coronavirus that hit the country, but the president is eager to get back out there and meet with his loyal supporters.

The president’s campaign manager, Brad Parscale, announced on Monday through a statement, “Americans are ready to get back to action, and so is President Trump. The Great American Comeback is real, and the rallies will be tremendous!”

President Donald Trump is known for his energetic and raucous rallies, filling up stadiums full of people who believe in him and acknowledge his great achievements for America. “You’ll again see the kind of crowds and enthusiasm that Sleepy Joe Biden can only dream of,” the campaign said.

The news of Trump resuming his campaign was well-received by his supporters. One said that this is what America truly needs right now.

Another one said that she has been missing the president’s rallies, and it’s time for the great American comeback.

Tomi Lahren from Fox Nation also expressed her support, saying that if protesters are allowed on the streets “demonizing law enforcement,” so should Trump rallies.

Despite the endless criticisms and attacks from the left-wing party, Trump’s reelection campaign got a boost last week after it was revealed that 2.5 million jobs had been added after the reopening of the country in May, according to an employment report.

Campaign officials have yet to announce the precise format, schedule, and locations of Trump’s rallies, as many states across America still discourage mass gatherings, especially in enclosed spaces. However, Trump himself is not a fan of enclosed arenas and prefers big, outdoor locations. “I don’t want to have a stadium where you’re supposed to have a person, then seven empty seats,” the president said.

The president is set to resume his campaign fundraisers this week and small high-dollar events in Dallas and New Jersey. The roughly two dozen attendees at each fundraiser will also undergo COVID-19 tests first before entering to ensure safety.

On Sunday, Trump tweeted that if he wasn’t constantly harassed by fake and illegal investigations, his reelection fight would be easier.