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GrabFood, GrabExpress Go 24-Hours in Metro Manila from Sept. 16

Grab will still observe local ordinances.
by Joel Guinto
Sep 15, 2020
Photo/s: Jerome Ascaño
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Starting Wednesday (Sept. 16) GrabFood and GrabExpress will be operating 24/7 in Metro Manila, meaning your late night cravings are a tap away.

Grab posted a list of establishments offering 24/7 delivery services on its website. It has all the work from home and no-cook staples: burgers and fries, fried chicken and milk tea.  Grab said it would follow local curfew and liquor ban rules.

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"As we update our service hours for GrabExpress and GrabFood, we remain committed to continuously provide access to daily essentials to our kababayans staying at home, while supporting the many driver-partners and local businesses who are on our platform," Grab said.

Metro Manila is under the second-lowest quarantine, GCQ, until Sept. 30. Some local governments have shortened curfew hours, from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m.