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GrabCar and beCar technology taxis operate again in Hanoi

Thursday, October 14, 2021 13:30 PM (GMT+7)

Users are also encouraged to pay via card or e-wallet to minimize physical contact.

Grab has just announced the reopening of GrabCar service in Ho Chi Minh City. Hanoi, in accordance with Official Letter No. 4601/SGTVT-QLVT dated October 13, 2021 of the Department of Transport of Ho Chi Minh City. Hanoi.

GrabCar has resumed operations in Ho Chi Minh City. Hanoi.

Grab said that all drivers participating in GrabCar service in Hanoi have been vaccinated with at least 1 dose of COVID-19 vaccine as prescribed by authorities. In addition, drivers are also required to always adhere to the 5K principle and make sure to perform a SARS-CoV-2 test (by PCR or rapid antigen) every 7 days. The vehicle is equipped with hand sanitizer (at least 70% alcohol content) for passengers.

“According to the regulations of the authorities, passengers when traveling on GrabCar vehicles need to comply with the 5K principle, make medical declarations according to the regulations of the Ministry of Health and implement other epidemic prevention measures. In order to meet safety standards for passenger transport, users are also encouraged to pay via card or Moca e-wallet to minimize physical contact,” Grab said.

Previously, Grab has launched the GrabCar Protect service to transport road passengers in Ho Chi Minh City. At that time, the GrabCar Protect service is only allowed to transport no more than 50% of the vehicle’s capacity, specifically: 4-seat GrabCar Protect will only carry 01 passenger, 7-seat GrabCar Protect will only carry 02 passengers.

On the same day, a media representative of Be technology ride-hailing application said that they have reopened beCar and beTaxi services in Hanoi from October 14. Gojek alone has not yet launched a car booking service in Hanoi.


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