GrabFood And All Other Grab Services Will Still Operate During Restricted Movement Order
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One of the biggest question marks that came up from the Restricted Movement Order announcement by Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin a few hours ago was whether eateries would still be able to operate, and by extension, whether food delivery services such as GrabFood will be able to serve Malaysians.

In a tweet posted just minutes ago, Grab Malaysia has announced that all its services: GrabFood, GrabMart, GrabExpress, and its Transport services will operate as usual.

Now, given the vagueness of the speech from the Prime Minister, nobody is quite certain if eateries will actually be able to operate. That’s because in the list of “essential services” that may still operate as usual, “food supply” is one them. But what exactly does “food supply” mean? That, unfortunately, is still up for debate.

However, the fact that Grab Malaysia has pledged that GrabFood services will continue to operate as usual is a big sigh of relief for many Malaysians who may be working from home or have a boba or chicken nugget craving.

We are expecting more details to come from Grab Malaysia on the Restricted Movement Order and how it’ll affect Grab’s suite of services, and will update this article when we receive them.

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1 year ago

If there is no one to pickup. What’s the point of driving around?? Even with no lock down there’s hardly any trips.

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