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Bonifacio Day in Philippines

Is Bonifacio Day a Public Holiday?

Bonifacio Day is a public holiday. It is a day off for the general population, and schools and most businesses are closed.

Bonifacio Day Observances

Note: Employees covered by the Holiday Pay Rule are entitled to their daily basic wage for any unworked regular holiday.

YearWeekdayDateNameHoliday TypeArea
2015MonNov 30Bonifacio DayRegular Holiday 
2016WedNov 30Bonifacio DayRegular Holiday 
2017ThuNov 30Bonifacio DayRegular Holiday 
2018FriNov 30Bonifacio DayRegular Holiday 
2019SatNov 30Bonifacio DayRegular Holiday 
2020MonNov 30Bonifacio DayRegular Holiday 
2021TueNov 30Bonifacio DayRegular Holiday 
2022WedNov 30Bonifacio DayRegular Holiday 
2023ThuNov 30Bonifacio DayRegular Holiday 
2024SatNov 30Bonifacio DayRegular Holiday 
2025SunNov 30Bonifacio DayRegular Holiday 

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