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UAE announces paid Eid Al Fitr holidays for public sector employees


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The Ministry of Human Resources and Emaritization announced the Eid Al Fitr holidays for private sector employees in UAE.

Paid holidays for private sector workers will be from Ramadan 29 which is expected on May 22 until Shawwal 3, 1441 which is expected on May 26.

If Ramadan is only 29 days, the private sector employees will getba four-day holiday.

However, if the holy month of Ramadan extends to 30 days, they will get a five-day holiday.

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