The working hours for the Holy Month of Ramadan have been announced by the UAE government.

The Federal Authority for Government Human Resources (FAHR) confirmed via their official Twitter account stating the official working hours during Ramadan would be from 9am until 2pm for those who work in the public sector.

However, it was also noted by the government authority that provisions should be made if the nature of the work required it, especially related to remote work in emergency circumstances.

For those who work in the private sector, the details of working hours have not yet been announced.

It’s expected Ramadan will begin on April 24, according to UAE astronomer Ibrahim Al Jarwan, Member of the Arab Union for Astronomy and Space Sciences.

However, the official date will be confirmed by the UAE’s Moon Sighting Committee.

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