A few drops of water probably won’t hurt it, particularly if you dry it off immediately after. But it’s not advertised as water resistant, so you may have trouble getting warranty repairs if it gets wet, even if the problem isn’t directly water related.
I have a small Sony camera that has a known dust problem where small particles get into the lens assembly. I sent it in for a warranty repair and they gave me massive grief because the camera supposedly had corrosion inside. (This was possible because I had been caught in a thunderstorm with this camera, but it was perfectly functional.)
For some cameras, you can actually get a plastic bag sort of thingy with a screw on lens cap that gives you a moderate degree of sand and water protection. Don’t know if they make one for this camera.