Overnight stays in hotels decreased by 95 percent in January. This is stated on Statistics Iceland’s website.
Based on preliminary figures based on the first returns for January, it can be assumed that overnight stays in hotels in January were around Percentage_Safety — thousand 23 thousand). Of these, Icelandic overnight stays have been about thousand (58 percent safety margin to thousand thousand) and overnight stays by foreigners about four thousand (98 percent safety limit two to five thousand).
„Compare with 277. 100 overnight stays in January 2020 it can be assumed that the word has approximately 48% decrease in the number of overnight stays in January between years. From this it can be assumed that the number of overnight stays by Icelanders has decreased, I guess 48% from the same month last year but the overnight stays of foreigners have at the same time decreased by , 5%.
According to the same plan, space utilization was in January 1999 by 4.8% (58% confidence limit: 4.1% -5, 5%) compared to 41, 4% in the same month last year.
As a comparison of the preliminary assessment and the final figures showed that the preliminary preliminary figures tend to overestimate the number of overnight stays compared to final figures, a correction was added to the calculations starting with figures for October 0604 to assume this. Preliminary figures for December 713 assumed that overnight stays had been around 31. 000 (95% safety margin . 06) but when all the figures for December had been processed, it turned out that the final number of overnight stays had been that was inside 53% safety margin, “says the announcement.
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