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The Broomfield Board of Health will meet at 6 p.m. Friday to discuss the state’s stay-at-home order, which is set to expire Sunday.

Gov. Jared Polis has directed local public health officials to implement data-informed strategies at the local level that best meets the needs of their communities, Broomfield stated in a Thursday night news release. Regionally, public health departments are working together to develop those strategies, according to the city.

Regional partners are studying trends and will review the need to extend the stay-at-home order for about two weeks in jurisdictions still experiencing high numbers COVID-19 cases, according to the release. Those municipalities are considering allowing retail businesses to offer curbside pick-up beginning Monday.

Regardless of whether stay-at-home orders are extended, it will take every individual in metro-area counties continuing to follow social distancing guidelines, staying at home as much as possible, wearing masks, and practicing abundant personal hygiene and cleanliness to keep communities healthy, the city stated.

The health board’s virtual meeting can be viewed on Broomfield Channel 8 or at People also can listen by calling 888 788-0099 and using meeting ID 997 6046 6367#. Comments can be sent in advance to