Grab Philippines said it is eyeing to resume operations by June 1 with the introduction of GrabProtect for enhanced safety and hygiene standards.
“Safety has always been at the core of what we do at Grab and while we understand that the public health situation remains to be fluid and ever-changing, we will continue to introduce innovations and policies that would protect and support the lives and livelihoods of every Filipino,” said Grab Philippines president Brian Cu.
“We have made significant strides on safety, and we will not shy away from making more meaningful contributions to put our passengers, and driver-partners at ease as we move towards the New Reality,” Cu said.
Metro Manila is expected to be placed under the general community quarantine by June 1.
Grab Philippines said it was doubling its safety and hygiene standards to minimize risks of the spread of COVID-19 for its mobility service.