List of National Holidays 2022, Save the Date!

Jakarta, IDN Times – Every year, red dates for national holidays on the calendar are the most eagerly awaited. Usually this list of national holidays is used as a benchmark when planning activities for the next year.

Curious about the list of national holidays in 2022? Here are the dates. Come on, take note!

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1. List of national holidays in 2022

List of National Holidays 2022, Save the Date!Calendar illustration. (IDN Times/Richard Kaisiepo)

Through the Joint Decree (SKB) of 3 Ministers Numbers 3 and 4 of 2021, it was determined that the red date related to national holidays in 2022 was 16 days. Here’s the list:

  • Saturday, January 1, 2022: New Year 2022 AD
  • Tuesday, February 1, 2022: Chinese New Year 2573 Kongzili
  • Monday, February 28, 2022: Isra Mijraj of Prophet Muhammad SAW
  • Thursday, March 3rd: Holy Day of Silence Saka New Year 1944
  • Friday, April 15: The Death of Isa Almasih
  • Sunday, May 1: International Labor Day
  • Monday-Tuesday, May 2-3: Eid Al-Fitr 1443 Hijriyah
  • Monday, May 16: Vesak Day 2566 BE
  • Thursday, May 26: Ascension of Jesus Christ
  • Wednesday, June 1st: The Birthday of Pancasila
  • Saturday, July 9: Eid al-Adha 1443 Hijriyah
  • Saturday, July 30: Islamic New Year 1444 Hijri
  • Wednesday, August 17: Indonesian Independence Day
  • Saturday, October 8: Birthday of the Prophet Muhammad
  • Sunday, December 25: Christmas Day

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2. Leave together in 2022

List of National Holidays 2022, Save the Date!Calendar Illustration (IDN Times/Arief Rahmat)

Slightly different from previous years, the provisions for joint leave in 2022 are not set at the same time as the determination of national holidays. This is due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic situation.

This causes the determination of joint leave to be decided in accordance with the latest conditions and situations from the COVID-19 pandemic. Hopefully this pandemic will end soon, OK!

3. Continue to comply with health protocols

That’s the list of 2022 national holidays that can be noted. For those of you who will plan activities this year, don’t forget to stick to health protocols.

For those who haven’t been vaccinated against COVID-19, hurry up!