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Eid al-Fitr will be celebrated on Sunday May 24 marking the end of Ramadan.
Both private and public sector workers, who have the same holidays, will enjoy a five day break including the weekend, returning to work on Wednesday May 27.
There are still a number of national holidays to come for the rest of 2020, see the full estimated list below.
• Eid al Adha – Predicted to fall July 30 (depending on moon sighting)
• Islamic New Year – Sunday August 23
• Prophet Muhammed’s (PBUH) Birthday – Thursday October 29
• Commemoration Day – Tuesday December 1
• UAE National Day – Wednesday December 2 and Thursday December 3
Get you diary marked if you want to plan ahead, remembering religious holiday dates are subject to change.