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Banks in Qatar will be closed for Eid from June 25–29


Photo for illustrative purposes only. Credit: CBQ

Banks, financial institutions and other groups operating under Qatar Central Bank will be closed next week, the Central Bank has said.

They will reopen on Sunday, July 2.

Meanwhile, the Emiri Diwan announced yesterday that the public sector will have an 11-day holiday (counting weekends) for Eid.

The Emiri Diwan. Credit: Omar Chatriwala / Doha News

This means most government offices will be closed from Sunday, June 25 to Monday, July 3. Expect operations to return back to normal on Tuesday, July 4.

So if you are in need of critical banking or government services, best to get them out of the way today.

Stay tuned for our Eid guide to find out more about what’s on during the holiday, and what’s open too.


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