Grab Malaysia services such as GrabFood and GrabCar will still continue


While this may look surreal, the Movement Restriction will begin from 18 March until 31 March 2020 as an initiative to minimize the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak. The government has ordered all private businesses to be closed down until further notice and many were wondering if Grab will cease operation. Thankfully, they are not.

Grab Malaysia have posted an official announcement on their Facebook and Twitter that all their services will still go on. This includes GrabCar, GrabFood, Grabmart and GrabExpress, which is really great particularly GrabFood, as most of the food stocks in the supermarket have finished and not everyone can cook. This also means that all the drivers, delivery partners, merchant partners and staff won't be sent home, although finding passengers will be more difficult now with the recent Movement Restriction announcement made.

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Posted by GrabFood on Monday, 16 March 2020

To add on, Grab Malaysia will continue to keep us updated with any further developments in this time of uncertainty. In the meantime, do keep your hygiene clean and if you don't feel so good, please visit the nearest hospital as soon as possible. Stay tuned for more local tech news at