PUBLISHED ON: February 4, 2021
LAST UPDATED ON: January 29, 2022
The following is the list of nationwide Holidays in 2021 for the Philippines. The Holidays are declared through Proclamation No. 986, series of 2020 signed by President Duterte on 30th July, 2020.
The list of Holidays in 2021 is further amended by Proclamation No. 1107, series of 2021 to declare All Souls' Day (2 November), Christmas Eve (24 December), and Last Day of the Year (31 December) as Special Working Days.
Regular Holidays in 2021
|New Year's Day||January 1 (Friday)|
|Maundy Thursday||April 1|
|Good Friday||April 2|
|Day of Valor or|
Araw ng Kagitingan
(Bataan and Corregidor Day)
|April 9 (Friday)|
|Labor Day||1 May (Saturday)|
|Eid'l Fitr||To be determined|
|Eid'l Adha||To be determined|
|Independence Day||June 12 (Saturday)|
|National Heroes Day||August 30 (Monday)|
|Bonifacio Day||November 30 (Tuesday)|
|Christmas Day||December 25 (Saturday)|
|Rizal Day||December 30 (Thursday)|
List of Nationwide Special Days in 2021
|Chinese New Year||12 February (Friday)|
|EDSA People Power|
|25 February (Thursday)|
|Black Saturday||3 April|
|Ninoy Aquino Day||August 21 (Saturday)|
|All Saints Day||November 1 (Monday)|
|Feat of the Immaculate|
Conception of Mary
|8 December (Wednesday)|
List of Special Working Days in 2021
|All Souls' Day||November 2 (Tuesday)|
|Christmas Eve||24 December (Friday)|
|Last Day of the Year||December 31 (Friday)|
Eidul Fitr and Eidul Adha is still to be determined as stated in Section 2 of Proclamation No. 986, series of 2020. An additional proclamation would be issued once a date by the National Commission on Muslim Filipinos has been determined.
Computation of Holiday Pay and Special Non-Working Day Pay
How is Holiday Pay for Regular Holidays and Special Non-Working Day pay computed? The computation is dependent upon several factors such as if the day was also a scheduled Rest Day. Follow the articles linked to read more about it.
How are Holidays Declared?
Holidays are declared through Proclamations of the President or through laws passed by the legislative body. Click here to read more.
Vyron earned his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology degree from De La Salle University – Manila and placed 9th in the 1st Psychometrician Board Exam held on 2014. A Human Resource Practitioner and an aspiring Attorney. He writes and answers questions regarding Human Resource Management for fun.
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