Thousands will head to the beach this weekend, and now Ocean City's Beach Patrol is saying you no longer have to worry about sea lice in the water.
This announcement comes after reports of the jellyfish larvae flocking to Eastern Shore beaches.
Sea lice, which are not related to head lice, can get into your bathing suit while swimming, which may cause discomfort and potentially a rash.
According to Healthline.com, pressure on the larvae causes them to release inflammatory, stinging cells that can cause itching, irritation, and red bumps on your skin. They also say most irritations are mild to moderate, but they can cause some severe side effects, such as high fever in children.