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Important Days In July 2022 National & International Days

 Important Days In July 2022 both the National & the International Days

July is the seventh month and it marks the midway point of the year. We are providing a list of the international & the national days which are to be celebrated during July 2022. These important days and events are celebrated to honor the cause and raise the awareness of the different days and the diseases.

Details About the Important Days In The July 2022

1st July: The National Doctor’s day

Across the nation, The National Doctors Day is celebrated on the 1st July in the memory of Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy, a legendary physician and the second chief minister of  the West Bengal. He was born on 1st July 1882 and also died on the same date.

1st July: The National Postal Worker Day

The National Postal Worker Day is celebrated in each year on 1st July. It celebrates and recognizes the postal workers and the hard works and the work they put in to ensure your mail and the deliveries get to you smoothly and on time.

2nd July- World Sports Journalist Day

Sports are an integral part of the human life that builds the character and the personality of a person. We all have enjoyed playing some of the sports in our childhood. So, every year on 2nd July is dedicated to all the sports journalists across the world. The term sports journalist signifies the covering and the writing news related to the sports and the events.

6th July- World Zoo noses Day

World Zoo noses Day is celebrated every year on 6th July to commemorate the first vaccination administered against a zoophytic disease like the Avian influenza, Ebola, and the West Nile Virus. Zoo noses is an infectious disease that is spread from the non-human animals to the humans.

11th July- World Population Day

 The World Population Day is renowned every year on the 11th of July. The main aim of this day is to draw the attention towards the issues arising out of the rising population across the globe.

12th July- World Malala Day

The United Nations declared 12th July as the World Malala Day, as the World Malala Day in honor of the young education activist. The day is observed to make an appeal to the world leaders that they ensure the compulsory and free education for every child in their country.

17th July- World Day for the International Justice

Every year on the 17th of July World Day for the International Justice is celebrated across the globe because this day is the anniversary of the adoption of the Rome Statute in 1998.

18th July- Nelson Mandela International Day

We celebrate Nelson Mandela International Day every year on the 18th of July to shine a light on the legacy of a man who has changed the 20th century and helped to shape the 21st. this is a moment for all to renew the values that are inspired by Nelson Mandela.

28th July- World Hepatitis Day

World Hepatitis Day is observed every year on the 28th of July across the world because it is the birthday of the Nobel-prize-winning scientist Dr. Baruch Bloomberg, who has discovered the hepatitis B virus and developed a diagnostic test and the vaccine for the virus.

29th July- International Tiger Day

International Tiger Day is renowned every year on the 29th of July. The main aim of celebrating this day is that people around the world can raise the awareness for the tiger conservation and help to promote a worldwide system whereby we are committed to protecting the tigers and their natural habitats.

30th July- International Friendship Day

The International Friendship Day is celebrated every year on the 30th of July. United Nations officially proclaimed in 2011, the aim of celebrating this day promoting the friendship between the countries, people, and the individuals to inspire peace efforts and build bridges between the communities.

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