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However, if the city’s virus metrics fall below set thresholds, leaders have said they will at least consider tightening restrictions.
The aggressive marketing complements the work some publishers have done to tighten their own meters.
Italy tightened restrictions across its restaurants and bars.
Since then, under intense pressure, he has tightened some of the service’s policies for what users can and can’t post.
In some cases, they also temporarily tightened rules for what users can post.
He suggested he would follow science and tighten restrictions in places where that was necessary.
New York is also tightening restrictions amid rising infections nationwide.
Compared to a number of people we’re better off, because I was able to keep my job, but we’ve had to tighten our belts.
That demand is expected to tighten up an already taut market and push up ad prices, according to agency executives.
The market loosened a bit in the first weeks of October, in keeping with ad markets usually being softer at the start of a new quarter, but “now we’re seeing it really tighten up,” he said.

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