UAE Ministry reveals private sector holiday for Eid Al Fitr

The ending holiday day will be determined by the moon sighting committee

The private sector will begin the Eid Al Fitr holidays from 3 June
The private sector will begin the Eid Al Fitr holidays from 3 June

UAE’s Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation has confirmed that private sector workers will have four days holiday for Eid Al Fitr in 2019.

The private sector will begin the Eid Al Fitr holidays from 3 June 2019 and will end on either 6 June or 7 June 2019, depending on the moon-sighting.

The ending holiday day will be determined by the moon sighting committee when they meet on 3 June 2019.

The announcement means that the private sector will have one day less than the public sector, which will start on 2 June 2019.

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