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Grab suspends GrabShare service amid growing coronavirus cases

Ride-hailing giant Grab is suspending GrabShare services on its platform effective March 13, Friday in order to minimize contact in light of more confirmed cases of coronavirus in the country.

Ride-hailing giant Grab is suspending GrabShare services on its platform effective March 13, Friday in order to minimize contact in light of more confirmed cases of coronavirus in the country.

GrabShare is a cheaper option for bookings, where a passenger will share the ride with another person whose trip is along the way.

The suspension of the service will affect GrabShare passengers in Metro Manila and in Cebu

Grab said the service would “resume as soon as the public health situation de-escalates.”

“We would like to remind everyone to plan their trips prudently and take personal hygiene seriously,” Grab said.

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