MANILA -- A Malacañang official announced Tuesday that November 2, All Soul's Day, is not a holiday.
Executive Secretary Jojo Ochoa said the government only declared November 1 as the holiday to give Filipinos the chance to visit their dead relatives.
With this, there will be classes and office works on November 2, which falls on Tuesday, said Ochoa.
To recall, November 2 during the previous years was declared a holiday. (Sunnex)
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