Birthday paradox for non-uniform distributions

The classic birthday paradox considers all $n$ possible choices to be equally likely (i.e. every day is chosen with probability $1/n$) and once $\Omega(\sqrt{n})$ days are chosen, the probability of $2$ being the same, is a constant. I’m wondering if someone could point me to an analysis that also works for a non-uniform distribution of days?

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