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Day off will be December 31, 2021

Day off will be December 31, 2021
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The non-working day will be December 31, 2021. New Year's holidays will last from 1 to 10 January.

Decree the postponement of the weekend next year was signed by the head of the Russian government, Mikhail Mishustin. So, January 2 and 3 fall on Saturday and Sunday. They were rescheduled for Friday, November 5, and New Year's Eve, December 31.

Also non-working Saturday, February 20, moved to Monday, February 22. That's three weekends in a row.

In addition, in 2021, Russians will have five more rest breaks: four weekends from November 4 to 7, in March from (6th to 8th), in May (from 1st to 3rd and from 8th to 10th) and in June (12th to 14th).

In 2020, do December 31 the weekend refused... The bill on the introduction of a day off on December 31 was previously submitted to the Ministry of Labor of Russia. According to the document, when postponing the weekend in 2021 New Year's holidays will last from 1 to 10 January, and December 31, 2021 will be a day off. 

 

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