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List of regular holidays, special non-working days in the Philippines in 2020
Here are dates in 2020 when workers and students can take a break from work in observance of a historic, cultural or religious anniversary.
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List of regular holidays, special non-working days in the Philippines in 2020

(Philstar.com) - November 15, 2019 - 9:11pm

MANILA, Philippines (Updated 9:34 p.m.) — Malacañang declared regular holidays and non-working days for 2020 through Proclamation 845 signed by President Rodrigo Duterte.

Regular Holidays

New Year's Day
January 1, Wednesday

Araw ng Kagitingan
April 9, Thursday

Maundy Thursday
April 9, Thursday

Good Friday
April 10, Friday

Labor Day
May 1, Friday

Independence Day
June 12, Friday

National Heroes Day
August 31, Monday

Bonifacio Day
November 30, Monday

Christmas Day
December 25, Friday

Rizal Day
December 30, Wednesday

Special Non-Working Holidays

Chinese New Year
January 25, Saturday

EDSA People Power Revolution Anniversary
February 25, Tuesday

Black Saturday
April 11, Saturday

Ninoy Aquino Day
August 21, Friday

All Saints' Day
November 1, Sunday

Feast of the Immaculate Conception
December 8, Tuesday

Last Day of the Year
December 31, Thursday

Additional Special Non-Working Days

November 2, Monday
December 24, Thursday

 

The document also notes that the Palace will release separate proclamation for national holidays in observance of Eidul Fitr and Eidul Adha in accordance with the Islamic calendar or the lunar calendar.

"The National Commission on Muslim Filipinos shall inform the Office of the President the actual dates on which these holidays shall respectively fall," the proclamation reads.

Labor laws require employers to grant additional pay for employees tasked to render hours of work on regular holidays and special non-working holidays.

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