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9am to 6pm Ramadan working hours in select post offices.

The Emirates Post Group announced that the official working hours during the holy month of Ramadan will be from 9am to 2pm. However, select post offices will observe extended working hours until 6pm from Saturday to Thursday, except Friday.

The extended working hours in select post offices are in response to the needs of the public in this holy month and form part of the EPG's efforts to provide postal and non-postal services to customers for longer hours.

Among the post offices that will be open until 6pm in the 1st Postal Zone are: Abu Dhabi Central Post Office, Hamdan Post Office, Airport Post Office, Mussafah, Al Falah, Bani Yas, Tourist Club, Mussafah Shabiya, Al Ain Central Post Office and Al Ain Al Senaiya Post Office.

In Dubai, the extended timings will be observed in Dubai Central Post Office (Karama), Creek Post Office Deira, Deira Main Post Office and post offices in Satwa, Jumeirah, Al Rashidiya and Hor Al Anz.

In the third postal region, the post offices that will be open until 6pm are: Sharjah Central Post Office, Sharjah Corniche, Al Wahda, Al Khan, Al Ghuwair, Moyeleh, Sharjah Industrial post office, Ajman Central, Umm Al Quwain Central and UAQ industrial post office, Al Madam, Ajman industrial, Mushairef and Al Zahra.

In the fourth zone, these post offices will be Ras Al Khaimah Central, Al Nakeel and Al Oraibi; while in the sixth zone, post offices in Fujairah, Khor Fakkan and Dibba Al Fujairah will remain open till 6pm.

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Date:Jun 6, 2016
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