Home UAE Dubai Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed grants ministry employees 8 days of leave to participate in Expo 2020 Dubai The six-month long event will run from October 1, 2021 until March 31, 2022 by Zainab Mansoor October 4, 2021 Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, UAE’s Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Presidential Affairs, approved eight days of paid leave to employees of the Ministry of Presidential Affairs to enable them and their families to visit Expo 2020 Dubai. He also approved raising the number of volunteers from the ministry at the global event, while urging its staff to take part to strengthen the culture of volunteering and promote the values of compassion, social coherence and solidarity, official news agency WAM reported. Sheikh Mansour highlighted the importance of supporting the UAE’s pavilion at the expo. Everyone shares the responsibility of making the international event succeed and showcasing the image of the UAE, by offering visitors a comprehensive experience and attracting the public’s attention to the country’s achievements, he said. Dubai government employees are also being granted a special allowance of six additional days of paid leave to attend the Expo 2020 Dubai. The leave can be used at anytime during the period of Expo 2020. Read: Six days of paid leave for Dubai government employees to attend Expo 2020 Dubai All visitors must present either proof of a Covid-19 vaccination or a negative PCR test result to gain entry to the site. Read: Expo 2020 Dubai: Visitors to show proof of Covid-19 vaccination or negative PCR test Expo 2020 Dubai, which will run until end of March next year, has also launched the October Pass, priced at Dhs95 for the entire month. Read: Expo 2020 Dubai launches October Pass priced at Dhs95 Tags Employees Expo 2020 Dubai Leave volunteer 0 Comments Share Tweet Share Share You might also like How the Expo is boosting the UAE’s SME landscape Dubai’s tourism sector won’t rebound until late 2022, S&P says Nissan showcases its first all-electric crossover, Ariya, at Expo 2020 Dubai Explainer: Has the UAE’s hospitality sector recovered from the Covid-19 pandemic?