It started the seventh month of the year and the calendar indicates that several holidays are coming, and also non-working days.
Although this time the quarantine prevents carrying out weekend getaways or extended walks, these days will be ideal to rest from work routines and study at home.
As for this month, an immovable holiday and another for tourism purposes (thus established since last year), and a festival of sacrifice will converge on the calendar.
It is Thursday the 9th, a holiday for National Independence Day, Friday the 10th, bridge; and on Friday the 31st, only for the inhabitants who profess the Islamic Religion, in accordance with the provisions of Article 3 of Law No. 27,399.
In this sense, it is worth highlighting what is the difference between a holiday and a non-working day. In the first, employees are not required to work. If they work, they must be paid twice as much (100 percent more than a normal day). In the second case, the employer has the decision to make it work or not. If you work, the payment is that of a normal day, if there is no activity, you will not recover another day.
The holidays and non-working days of the rest of the year are the following:
- Tuesday 11, not working for the Feast of Sacrifice, only for inhabitants who profess the Islamic religion.
- Monday 17, a holiday for General José de San Martín’s Pass to Immortality.
- Wednesday 19, not working for the Islamic New Year. Only for inhabitants who profess the Islamic religion.
- Tuesday 29 and Wednesday 30, non-working for Jewish New Year (Rosh Hashanah). Only for inhabitants who profess the Jewish religion.
- Thursday 1st, non-working for Jewish New Year (Rosh Hashanah). Only for inhabitants who profess the Jewish religion.
- Thursday 8 and Friday 9, non-working for the Day of Forgiveness (Yom Kippur). Only for inhabitants who profess the Jewish religion.
- Monday 12, holiday for the Day of Respect for Cultural Diversity.
- Monday 23, holiday for National Sovereignty Day (moved from 20), and long weekend.
- Monday 7, non-work for tourist purposes, and extra long weekend.
- Tuesday the 8th, an immovable holiday for the Immaculate Conception of Mary.
- Friday the 25th, a fixed holiday for Christmas.