Eid al Fitr 2021: How many days is Eid al Fitr? When does Ramadan fasting end?

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During non-Covid circumstances, Eid al Fitr traditionally sees Muslim families meet and celebrate together.

They congregate at local mosques and wish one another “Eid Mubarak”, which translates to “blessed feast”.

Over the next two or three days, they will exchange gifts, gather to celebrate outside, and eat food, although Covid restrictions currently prevent significant gatherings.

Islam prohibits fasting on the first day of Eid al Fitr.

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