*PLEASE READ FIRST - Visit Rehoboth is a private business located in the State of Delaware and is not affiliated with any local government, including the city, county or state. The updates we've chosen to list below do not cover all areas of business and individuals in the State of Delaware. The information listed below simply highlights those FAQs we receive about the Delaware Beach Area and merely serve as a quick synopsis of information sourced from "current guidance" on delaware.gov. For more information, please log on to delaware.gov. 

COVID19-UPDATE - BAR & RESTAURANT CURFEW LIFTED 

The 10pm curfew for bars and restaurants has been lifted. For more information, please log onto delaware.gov. 

COVID19-UPDATE - EFFECTIVE MON DEC 14TH 2020 

Delaware is in Phase 2 of reopening. Almost all Delaware Beach Area restaurants, shops, accommodations, entertainment and attractions are welcoming guests. Per delaware.gov, "Governor Carney has announced additional restrictions coupled with a stay at home advisory from now through Jan 11th. Most establishments, including retails stores and restaurants, are limited to a 30 percent capacity. Larger retail over 100k sq feet is limited to 20 percent. 10pm curfew instituted at restaurants and bars. Restaurants can deliver past 10pm. Indoor gatherings at businesses or indoor spaces open to the public must be limited to the lesser of 30 percent of the venue’s stated fire capacity, or 10 people. Delawareans and visitors must wear masks anytime they are indoors with anyone outside of their household. Face coverings are required on boardwalks and required on the beach if social distancing cannot be maintained. Members of different households must remain six (6) feet apart at all times. Delaware Secretary of the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (“DNREC”) is authorized to develop capacity limits for State beaches (including but not limited to Cape Henlopen, Delaware Seashore and Fenwick Island) on the number of vehicles and visitors allowed to enter the parks as well as limits on parking spots.

For more information, please log onto delaware.gov. 

COVID19-UPDATE - EFFECTIVE NOV 23RD 2020 

Almost all Delaware Beach Area restaurants, shops, accommodations, entertainment and attractions, including the waterparks and amusements, are welcoming guests. Delaware is in Phase 2 of reopening. The out-of-state self quarantine has ended and those traveling to Delaware from out of state no longer need to self quarantine for 14 days upon arrival. Beaches are OPEN, including the boardwalk in downtown Rehoboth Beach and Bethany Beach. Restaurant dining indoors is limited to 30% capacity, with allowances for additional outdoor seating. Bar seating is open to parties not exceeding two people. There has been some conflicting data reported, but visitrehoboth.com can assure you that face masks are NOT required on Delaware beaches unless social distancing can't be maintained. While visiting a business, indoor or outdoor space open to the public, including the boardwalks, individuals, with some exceptions, are required to wear a face covering.  Please wear a mask to enter any establishment to receive service and maintain a distance of 6 feet or more a part from anybody not in your household.

For more information, please log onto delaware.gov. 

 

COVID19-UPDATE - SEP 9TH 2020 

Almost all Delaware Beach Area restaurants, shops, accommodations, entertainment and attractions, including the waterparks and amusements, are welcoming guests. Delaware is in Phase 2 of reopening. The out-of-state self quarantine has ended and those traveling to Delaware from out of state no longer need to self quarantine for 14 days upon arrival. Beaches are OPEN, including the boardwalk in downtown Rehoboth Beach and Bethany Beach. Restaurants are able to open at a 60% capacity. Bar service and seating at a bar may reopen as long as proper social distancing is observed between those not of the same household. There has been some conflicting data reported, but visitrehoboth.com can assure you that face masks are NOT required on Delaware beaches unless social distancing can't be maintained. While visiting a business, indoor or outdoor space open to the public, including the boardwalks, individuals, with some exceptions, are required to wear a face covering.  Please wear a mask to enter any establishment to receive service and maintain a distance of 6 feet or more a part from anybody not in your household. State Park Beaches have imposed new visitor limits starting July 3.

For more information, please log onto delaware.gov. 

 

COVID19-UPDATE - AUG 14th 2020 

Delaware is in Phase 2 of reopening. Delaware Beaches are OPEN, including the boardwalk in downtown Rehoboth Beach and Bethany Beach. Although you may not sit, stand or order at a bar within certain zip codes, you can enjoy Carry Out Alcohol or dine in & enjoy drinks at a table brought to you by a server. There has been some conflicting data reported, but visitrehoboth.com can assure you that face masks are NOT required on Delaware beaches, but are required for visitors and residents in the city of Lewes, Rehoboth & Bethany, including the boardwalks. Almost all restaurants, shops and entertainment attractions, including the waterparks and amusement, are open with restrictions. Please wear a mask to enter these establishments to receive service. State Park Beaches imposed new visitor limits starting July 3

For more information, please log onto delaware.gov. 

 

COVID19-UPDATE - June 2nd 2020 

Phase 2 of Delaware’s economic reopening will begin at 8:00 a.m. on Monday, June 15. Retail establishments, restaurants and other businesses that were permitted to open at 30 percent of stated fire capacity in Phase 1 may expand to 60 percent of stated fire occupancy in Phase 2. 

Child care facilities will be allowed to open for all Delaware families during Phase 2, with restrictions on group sizes and additional social distancing and cleaning protocols. The Delaware Division of Public Health (DPH) continues to encourage Delawareans to telework during Phase 2 of the economic reopening. Delaware families who can keep their children at home during Phase 2 of the reopening are encouraged to do so, to help limit group sizes and prevent transmission of COVID-19, according to public health guidance. He also announced a rolling reopening of personal care service businesses – including tattoo shops and massage therapy services. Personal care businesses may open at 30 percent of stated fire occupancy at 8:00 a.m. on Monday, June 8. Personal care service businesses and exercise facilities will remain at 30 percent of stated fire occupancy in Phase 2.

 

For more information, please log onto delaware.gov. 

 

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