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Pesach II (Passover) in Israel

Is Pesach II (Passover) a Public Holiday?

Even though Pesach II (Passover) falls on Friday, April 10, 2020, it is a working day. Most businesses follow regular opening hours in Israel.

Pesach II (Passover) Observances

YearWeekdayDateNameHoliday Type
2015SunApr 5Pesach II (Passover)Observance, Hebrew
2016SunApr 24Pesach II (Passover)Observance, Hebrew
2017WedApr 12Pesach II (Passover)Observance, Hebrew
2018SunApr 1Pesach II (Passover)Observance, Hebrew
2019SunApr 21Pesach II (Passover)Observance, Hebrew
2020FriApr 10Pesach II (Passover)Observance, Hebrew
2021MonMar 29Pesach II (Passover)Observance, Hebrew
2022SunApr 17Pesach II (Passover)Observance, Hebrew
2023FriApr 7Pesach II (Passover)Observance, Hebrew
2024WedApr 24Pesach II (Passover)Observance, Hebrew
2025MonApr 14Pesach II (Passover)Observance, Hebrew

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