Grab Philippines temporarily suspended its GrabCar services starting August 4 as Metro Manila was placed under modified enhanced community quarantine.
The company said it was looking into the possibility of having driver-partners serve as shuttle fleet for medical frontliners, as well as the staff of its corporate and merchant partners.
Grab also said it is working with institutional partners to extend payment holidays on loans of driver-partners. It will also create donation streams for communities impacted by the suspension of public transportation.
It added, “For our customers and their families who are staying at home, Grabfood will offer free delivery during this period to ensure that they continue to have access to daily meal options for themselves and their loved ones.”
It’s noted, however, that the promotional prices are only applicable for purchases worth 550 pesos and above using ZERODELFEE until August 16.