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The Cyprus arrivals of tourists reached 5,047 in February of this year, recording a decrease of 95,2 percent compared to February 2020 (during which 105,592 arrivals were recorded), and a decrease of 95,2 percent compared to February 2019 (with 105,571 arrivals).

On the basis of the results of the Cyprus Passenger Survey carried out by the Statistical Service, revenue from tourism in December 2020 reached EUR9,1 million compared to EUR54,6 million in the corresponding month of 2019, recording a decrease of 83,3 percent.

For the period January – December 2020, revenue from tourism is estimated at EUR392,0 million compared to EUR2.683,0 million in the corresponding period of 2019, recording a decrease of 85,4 percent.

The Cyprus arrivals of tourists reached 3,889 in January of this year recording a decrease of 95,5 percent compared to January 2020, during which 85,.622 arrivals were recorded, and 95,3 percent decrease compared to January 2019 (with 81,970 arrivals).

The arrivals of travellers in December 2020 reached 30,099 compared to 273,714 in December 2019, recording a decrease of 89 percent.

The arrivals of tourists to Cyprus reached 9,682 in December 2020 compared to 110,330 in December 2019, recording a decrease of 91,2 percent.

On the basis of the results of the Cyprus Passenger Survey carried out by the Statistical Service, revenue from tourism in October 2020 reached EUR77,4 million compared to EUR299,4 million in the corresponding month of 2019, recording a decrease of 74,1 percent.

The Cyprus arrivals of tourists reached 8,952 in November compared to 169,392 in November 2019, recording a decrease of 94,7 percent.

The Cyprus council of ministers, following a proposal by the Deputy Ministry of Tourism, approved a grant plan to encourage quality and aesthetic upgrade projects of beaches.

Cyprus arrivals of tourists reached 100,791 in October of this year compared to 436,509 in October 2019, recording a decrease of 76,9 percent.

On the basis of the results of the Cyprus Passenger Survey carried out by the Statistical Service, revenue from tourism in August of this year reached EUR71,1 million compared to EUR431,6 million in the corresponding month of 2019, recording a decrease of 83,5 percent.