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Live events and the entertainment industry are two businesses in the service sector hit hardest by the COVID-19 pandemic. With social gatherings a no-no to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, such activities remain suspended even while some restaurants are
The company has launched a new RT-PCR testing site in Quezon City
Grab Philippines launched the GrabProtect program a few months back as part of its efforts to ensure the safety of its driver- and delivery-partners during this COVID-19 pandemic. The company has recently raised its safety and hygiene standards as well
He served as country head for seven years
Brian Cu is leaving his role as president of Grab Philippines effective August 14, 2020. A statement released by the company on July 15 said that Cu "has decided to move on to focus other business interests as an entrepreneur in the
If this bill passes, that is
Well, that escalated quickly. A bill filed in the Senate aims to penalize people who cancel orders on delivery riders with up to six months of jail time.Senate Bill 1677, filed by Senator Lito Lapid, will punish individuals who cancel confirmed
All the latest updates especially for those who regularly use public transport
The new system will not immediately cover all Grab merchants, but it’s a start
Cases of order cancellations and bogus orders have long been problems for delivery service providers and riders. This is one of the reasons why the House Bill (HB) No. 6958 or the Food and Grocery Delivery Services Protection Act was recently filed
Up to 65% in savings on maintenance services are up for grabs
Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) has launched yet another promo this month, but this time it caters not to all Toyota customers in general but to a specific group of people: Grab drivers and operators.Through its new 'Up For Grab' promo, TMP
Other stories include the possible resumption of jeepney, motorcycle-taxi operations
Local operations will be affected
No one in the transport sector has been left unaffected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Not even the Southeast Asia's largest ride-hailing firm, Grab.In a statement released earlier today, the company's CEO Anthony Tan announced that around 5%
We’re talking at least six months of jail time and a P100,000 fine
As the demand for delivery services skyrocketed in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, it's inevitable that cases of order cancellations or bogus customers have increased alongside it. Fortunately, a new bill that seeks to protect riders in such situations
Stay safe out there
General community quarantine. Enhanced community quarantine. Modified enhanced community quarantine. Quarantine, quarantine, quarantine-if only we had a peso for every time this word, or some variation of it, was mentioned on our website over the past two months.Anyway, Metro Manila
Be prepared for some changes
Transport network vehicle services will resume operations in a limited capacity in areas that have shifted into general community quarantine. This includes Grab, the country's largest and most prominent ride-hailing firm.If, however, you're expecting the service to go
We’re very dependent on them
For the past few months hopefully you've been following social distancing and are staying home. Because of COVID-19 we saw businesses close and employees lose their jobs, but some people were able to find a side hustle or hustle even
Failure to comply may result in fines
While Metro Manila shifted to modified enhanced community quarantine, some parts of the country transitioned to general community quarantine (GCQ) yesterday, May 16. In case you didn't know, for areas under GCQ, public transportation are allowed to operate in limited capacities.
‘They offer courage and aid during this crisis’
With mobility in the Philippines reduced by as much as 80% as a result of the continued lockdown, millions of delivery riders literally put their lives on the line to bring food and other basic items to your doorstep-or village gate-
Do you live in these areas?
Grab is bringing its GrabExpress delivery service to Iloilo, Davao, Pampanga, and Bacolod in an effort to help people outside Metro Manila cope with the enhanced quarantine period.Users in the aforementioned areas can now open their apps and select the delivery
Well, that was quick
Well, that was quick.Following the suspension of all its operations just this morning, Grab Philippines has now announced that GrabFood and GrabExpress will resume operations. As of this writing, both services are now back up on Grab's mobile app. Food
The ride-hailing company made the announcement today
When the government announced Luzon's enhanced quarantine and public transportation ban, it meant it. No buses, no trains, no jeepneys, and no Grab, too.The ride-hailing giant has suspended all of its operations within Luzon, including GrabFood, GrabExpress, and GrabTrike.
Beginning tomorrow at noon
GrabShare regulars, take note: The service, which is a more affordable version of a regular GrabCar albeit with shared passengers, is set to be suspended by the ride-hailing platform due to the continued spread of COVID-19 in the Philippines.According
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