With the cases of COVID-19 increasing in Singapore on a daily basis, it’s normal to have concerns surrounding healthcare workers. Their job requires them to be in high-risk locations like hospitals and clinics, and taking public transport may cause added pressure for them.
Just started out on February 14, 2020, Grab’s new initiative, GrabCare, aims to provide easier transport solutions for healthcare professionals. Currently, the service is available for healthcare professionals working at Tan Tock Seng Hospital or the National Centre for Infectious Diseases, but more hospital locations will be available over time.
Healthcare staff that have been granted approval to use this option will see it within their Grab. On top of the fixed upfront fare, it’s also available around the clock all 24 hours. What’s more, there are about 2000 Grab drivers that have already volunteered to assist with this new function.
Whether you know of someone who works in the healthcare sector or is a Grab driver, let them know about this new initiative. All of us can do our part towards a happier and healthier Singapore together!
During this challenging time for all in Singapore, it’s a great initiative to help both healthcare professionals and the public.
People working in the healthcare industry.
Verification will be required for people to confirm that they are a healthcare professional before they can use the service.
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