Is it simply us, or has 2021 each flown by and been a drag as a result of its lack of collective depart days? Nicely, put together to set free a collective gasp with the conclusion that 2022 is barely three months away — and it might even be one other holiday-starved yr.
A joint resolution letter on subsequent yr’s nationwide holidays schedule signed by Non secular Affairs Minister Yaqut Cholil Qoumas, Manpower Minister Ida Fauziyah, and Administrative and Bureaucratic Reform Minister Tjahjo Kumolo was launched at present.
Subsequent yr, there can be 16 public holidays, whereas collective depart days — lots of which have been cancelled all through the pandemic so Indonesians don’t go on prolonged holidays and danger rising coronavirus transmissions — have been ignored of the provisional schedule.
In a digital press convention at present, Coordinating Minister for Human Growth and Tradition Muhadjir Effendy mentioned that the collective depart dates may be added on later, relying on how Indonesia fares with the COVID-19 disaster.
Whereas there may be ample optimism for the times forward, owing to an ever rising COVID-19 vaccination fee and loosening of restrictions as caseloads plummet in quite a few areas, we nonetheless have to be vigilant, lest the federal government take away our collective depart days once more.
With out additional ado, right here is the 2022 public vacation calendar:
Saturday, January 1 (New Yr)
Tuesday, February 1 (Chinese language New Yr)
Monday, February 28 (Ascension of the Prophet Muhammad)
Thursday, March 3 (The Balinese Day of Silence)
Friday, April 15 (Good Friday)
Sunday, Could 1 (Could Day)
Monday-Tuesday, Could 2-3 (Eid al-Fitr)
Monday, Could 16 (Vesak)
Thursday, Could 26 (Ascension of Christ)
Wednesday, June 1 (Pancasila Day)
Saturday, July 9 (Eid al-Adha)
Saturday, July 30 (Islamic New Yr)
Wednesday, August 17 (Independence Day)
Saturday, October 8 (Delivery of the Prophet Muhammad)
Sunday, December 25 (Christmas)
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