The City of Rehoboth Beach has mandated that masks must be worn in all public places, including the beach (unless the individual is in the ocean water). This went into effect at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, July 1, 2020.
The Rehoboth Beach commissioners unanimously voted in favor of requiring face coverings in the City at their June 30, 2020, special meeting. A second modification to the City’s Proclamation of Civil Emergency and Order includes that all persons within the City of Rehoboth Beach shall wear facial coverings in all public spaces. This includes all public streets, public sidewalks, public parks, the Boardwalk, the beach, and all commercial establishments. Face coverings are not required while actively bathing in ocean water. The requirement for face coverings goes into effect at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, July 1.
Phase Two of the Governor’s current Reopening Plan will remain in effect indefinitely.
Governor Carney issued a modification to the current State of Emergency on June 30, 2020. This modification only allows liquor service to diners seated at tables or ordering take-out and closes the bar areas. It applies to eastern Sussex bars.
To read Governor Carney’s modified State of Emergency
DART “Stuff The Bus” Food Drive To Support
COVID-19 Relief Efforts Collected 4.5 Tons of Food For Delawareans
Delaware Transit Corporation (DTC) announced today that DART’s “Stuff The Bus” COVID-19 Relief Efforts Food Drive collected 4.5 tons (9,097 pounds) of food. The week-long food drive took place from June 22 to June 26 at the Safeway stores in Rehoboth and Dover, and the ShopRite stores at First State Plaza, Brandywine Commons and Four Seasons Shopping Centers. The Food Bank of Delaware will distribute the donated food through its Hunger Relief Partners to Delaware residents in need of food assistance.
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