Delaware beach guide: What to know for the weekend of June 25

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Got an ocean breeze on your mind?

Maybe it’s time for a trip to the Delaware beaches.

But before you head out, make sure you know what to expect and pack for your trip. We’ve got you covered.

If you’re planning a beach visit the weekend of June 25, this guide will help answer your questions ranging from whether you need to wear a mask to where you should eat to what the parking rules are in your favorite beach town.

To mask or not to mask?

There is no mask mandate in Delaware.

Fully-vaccinated people do not have to wear masks in most outdoor and indoor settings. All Delaware beach towns have also lifted any local mask requirements.

The state says unvaccinated individuals should continue wearing masks, but it has no way of enforcing that without knowing who is vaccinated and who isn’t.
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