Schools in Abu Dhabi will close next week to mark Eid Al Fitr.
Pupils will be off from Monday, May 2 and return to classrooms the following Monday.
"All students must be free of any Covid-19-related symptoms and maintain their Green status on Al Hosn app in accordance with their age category [upon their return]," Abu Dhabi's Department of Education and Knowledge said.
On Tuesday, Dubai's Knowledge and Human Development Authority announced that private school pupils there would enjoy a full week off for Eid Al Fitr.
The move puts schools in line with government and public sector workers, who have a nine-day holiday, including the weekends.
The Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation said private sector employees are entitled to Saturday, April 30 until Shawwal 3 in the Islamic calendar.
It is up to private sector employers if they wish to close for the full week, which a number are expected to do.
On Wednesday, Dubai International Financial Centre Authority said its offices would close until Monday, May 9 to allow employees a full week off, in an email to staff and businesses.