The latest report from Spain's National Statistics Institute makes grim reading for the country's tourism sector.
The report published Friday said that in April hotel occupancy was nil, as establishments locked down due to the new coronavirus outbreak.
The institute, which is a government body, published columns of zeros for overnight stays, average length of stays and occupancy rates.
Spain is Europe's second most popular tourist destination, after France.
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