Advisory: Grab Philippines Resumes Operations for GrabFood and GrabExpress

In a move to serve while protecting communities from the COVID-19 pandemic, Grab Philippines, through a public advisory, announces resuming operations for GrabFood and GrabExpress, with a skeletal delivery-fleet. Initially, an announcement from the known TNVS providers declared that operations for its GrabCar, GrabFood, GrabExpress, and GrabTrike services in Luzon are set to be paused from March 17 until further notice.

However, upon careful deliberation and assessment of the situation on ground and after discussing with our regulators, the operators have resumed GrabFood and GrabExpress operations as of 1:30pm on March 17, with skeletal delivery-fleet. The decision was made to support the food establishments that will continue to operate and maintain continuous flow of goods to serve the essential needs of Filipinos during these trying times.

Delivery-partners are advised to prioritize safety and wear full GrabFood gear at all times. We will continue to exercise strict safety measures such as contactless delivery, temperature checks, increased cleaning frequency of delivery-bags, and more in cooperation with our merchant-partners.

Grab Philippines is coordinating closely with several government agencies to find ways in continuing their services for Filipinos.

Stay tuned for more updates on the  Grab Philippines Facebook page.