THERE will be no work in all courts in Manila on Thursday, June 24, in observance of the city’s 450th founding anniversary.
“In view of Proclamation No. 1167, declaring Thursday, 24 June 2021, a Special (Non-Working) Day in the City Of Manila, there will be no work in all courts in the City of Manila,” the Supreme Court Public Information Office said on its Twitter account.
Malacañang has declared June 24, Thursday, a holiday in the city of Manila in celebration of its 450th founding anniversary.
The special non-working holiday in Manila was issued through Proclamation No. 1167 signed by Executive Secretary Salvador Medialdea.
The proclamation included a reminder to the public to observe the safety and health regulations against the spread of the coronavirus while commemorating Manila Day.
“It is but fitting and proper that the people of the City of Manila be given full opportunity to celebrate and participate in the occasion with appropriate ceremonies, subject to community quarantine, social distancing, and other public health measures,” the proclamation read.