UAE Public Holidays 2021- Long Holidays coming up in UAE
UAE Public Holidays – Eid Al Fitr gave many residents a 5-day long weekend that came to an end on May 15, Saturday, which was the 3rd day of Shawwal and the last day off for private and public sector employees in the UAE.
You can expect next long weekend off in July. Dates are subject to moon-sighting and have to be confirmed by the authorities, but UAE residents can expect a 6-day break in July depending on when the moon is sighted.
9th day of Dhu Al Hijja, would be on July 19 while Eid Al Adha will be on July 20.
Taking place roughly 70 days after the end of Ramadan, Arafat Day marks the second
Arafat Day is a confirmed holiday, while private and public employees could get three days off for Eid Al Adha. If, according to Al Jarwan’s predictions, Arafat Day falls on July 19 (Monday) and Eid Al Adha is on July 20 (Tuesday), holidays would be from July 19 to July 22.
Given that July 22 is a Thursday, and many residents have Friday and Saturday off, this would mean a 6-day long weekend. If you don’t have Saturday off, it would still mean 5 days off, long enough for a quick reset and refresh for the mind.
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