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The RTA has announced the opening hours of all its public transport services during the festive season, including the Customer’s Happiness Center, paid parking zones, public buses, Dubai Metro, tram and marine transit routes, and service provider hubs. All public transport services will be closed from May 30 to May 8. Service will resume at 9 p.m. Holidays for service providers’ centers will be from April 30 to May 7.
Government employees have up to 9 days off and private sector workers have up to five days off. Eid is the first day of Shawwal, the month following Ramadan in the Hijra calendar. According to astronomical estimates, Eid al-Fitr is expected to be on May.
Meanwhile, a nine-day Eid al-Fitr holiday has been announced for public sector employees in various emirates in the UAE. The holiday is announced from the 30th of this month to the 8th of May. Nine days off are combined with Friday, Saturday and Sunday weekends off.
The Dubai Government Human Resources Department has announced that nine offices of federal government employees will be reopened. For the first time in the country, Sharjah has announced a nine-day holiday for public sector employees to celebrate the festival. The holiday will be from May 30 to May 5, according to the Sharjah Human Resources Department.
The UAE Lunar Committee will meet to confirm the official start date of the festival. Eid is celebrated on the first day of Shawwal, the month following Ramadan in the Hijra calendar. According to astronomical estimates, May 2 is expected to be a festival.
Private sector employees in the UAE are entitled to paid leave. The announcement was made by the UAE Ministry of Human Resources and Indigenization.
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If Ramadan is only 29 days, there will be 4 days off. If it lasts for 30 days, you will get five days leave. The fate of the festival is determined by the number of lunar eclipses. As Ramadan draws to a close, the UAE has arrived with more preparations, and Dubai has extended the time to enter malls.
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