Every year around this time, we start talking about the Do's and Don'ts of being on our Jersey Shore beaches.
However, this year, things are still going to be a little different.
The public is in the process of being vaccinated which means that hopefully, our rules won't have to be nearly as strict.
But...rules will still definitely be in place because COVID-19 is still here unfortunately.
Not to mention, people have cabin fever to the max so I can guarantee this will be a Summer like no other.
So let's get this out of the way now.
Share this. Tag people who you think won't listen.
Let's get the word out now!
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