Grab will temporarily suspended its GrabCar services in areas under the recently announced MECQ starting August 4, 12MN.
The areas affected include: the entire Metro Manila, Laguna, Bulacan, Cavite, and Rizal under MECQ starting August 4.
In light of this development, Grab, along with its partners, will continue to support their driver-partners, merchants, frontliners, and customers staying at home.
Grab will continue to implement its GrabProtect program, aimed at improving the safety and hygiene of their communities. The company will also continue to provide free tests for its driver and delivery partners to ensure the safety of everyone in the platform.
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Moreover, Grab Grab will continue to provide livelihood security for our driver-partners as they transition them to help serve their delivery fleet services. The company is looking into the prospect of having their drivers provide mobility solutions to hospitals as a dedicated shuttle fleet for medical frontliners.
Likewise, Grab will continue to provide mobility solutions to corporate and merchant partners so that their staff can continue to provide essential services during this MECQ.
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For driver-partners with existing loans, Grab is working with its institutional partners to extend payment holidays on their respective loans. A donation streams will also be created for communities who are impacted by the suspension of public transportation.
And for those who rely on food delivery, Grabfood will offer free delivery during this period. Both GrabFood and GrabMart will remain operational from 6AM to 12MN, depending on merchant-partner availability, while GrabExpress will remain operational 24/7. Likewise, GrabPay will continue to provide safe and convenient cashless payments to fulfill financial transactions while staying at home.