The Dubai government has declared the Eid Al Adha holiday for government workers, commencing on Saturday, June 15, and extending through Tuesday, June 18, with regular duties restarting on Wednesday, June 19. The holiday notice specifies that certain entities, including those with shift workers or those engaged in public service or overseeing public amenities, will establish their own working schedules to ensure the continuous operation of their services during this period. The Federal Authority for Human Resources confirmed that the public sector will observe the holiday from Saturday, June 15, to Tuesday, June 18. Meanwhile, the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation (Mohre) stated that the private sector will also have holidays from Saturday, June 15, to Tuesday, June 18. The crescent of Dhul Hijjah 1445 was sighted in Abu Dhabi on Friday, June 7. Arafah Day, the most sacred day in Islam, which occurs on Dhul Hijjah 9, is set for June 15, and the three-day Eid Al Adha holiday (Dhul Hijjah 10 to 12) will officially take place from June 16 to 18, making the total break four days.