Grab: Services remain operational


Grab Philippines assured its users on Monday that it will continue to operate its various services despite the reimposition of the enhanced community quarantine in the National Capital Region (NCR).

Grace Vera Cruz, the company’s country head, said the group is “reaffirming its commitment to supporting Filipinos” by ensuring that its services such as mobility, deliveries, and cashless payments will continue “to operate smoothly and reliably.”

She added that the group is strengthening efforts to make sure that each service is in compliance with health and hygiene standards.

“We believe that by supporting our consumers, partners, and our broader communities, and doing right by them, we are able to help our kababayans better cope with the challenges that come with another lockdown, support our country’s socio-economic recovery, and create a lasting impact in the lives of many Filipinos who rely on our platform to improve their quality of life,” Vera Cruz said.

She said that GrabCar, GrabFood, GrabMart, and GrabExpress will continue to operate even during ECQ. A number of GrabCar drivers have also been vaccinated to increase protection against Covid-19.

Grab, she added, is also increasing efforts to combat fraud, warning users that they will be blocked from using the service should they do fake orders.

She said Grab will continue to support small and medium businesses through its digital platform.

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