Transport company Gojek announced today (May 27) that it will offer all its Singapore users two transport vouchers valued at S $ 15 that they can use to book return journeys from the airports. Covid-19 vaccination centers.
With each voucher, runners can book a free or subsidized ride for pick-up or drop-off at their designated center, polyclinic or clinic.
All vouchers are geo-restricted and are only applicable for pickup or drop-off at one of those Department of Health designated vaccination sites, and are applicable for daily use from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
According to Gojek, the pair of travel vouchers are automatically added to each user’s account today and will be available until August 31, 2021. New users who download the Gojek app and register on the platform during this period will receive an additional discount voucher. it is exclusive for new users.
With this transportation voucher offering, Gojek aims to ensure that transportation is not a barrier to accessing vaccines and wants commuters to have a safe and convenient transportation option to and from these centers.
“Vaccination is an important layer of protection in our fight against Covid-19. Just as we actively urge our partner drivers to get vaccinated when the time comes, we want to make it easy for our runners to get to their vaccination appointments as well by removing any transport barrier to accessing vaccines, ”said Lien Choong Luen, General Manager of Gojek Singapore.
“Carpooling is a safe and convenient point-to-point mode of transportation because vehicles are disinfected regularly, and it offers greater privacy and a safe distance compared to more communal modes of transportation. We hope that with this campaign more people will be inclined to get vaccinated and that we can do our part to support Singapore’s fight against the pandemic. “
Gojek’s fight against Covid-19
In light of the pandemic, Gojek has stepped up his safety precautions and urged driver-partners to clean and disinfect the vehicle after every trip, as well as to observe good hygiene practices like washing hands regularly and using contactless methods to pay for journeys.
The company also continues to distribute masks and hand sanitizers to partner drivers to ensure a safe driving environment.
Last year, Gojek extended travel vouchers to nine public hospitals and earlier this month partnered with Tan Tock Seng Hospital to distribute travel vouchers to its hospital employees.
It’s part of GoHeroes, an ongoing initiative by the company to support healthcare workers, everyday heroes in keeping Singapore’s health and safety on the front lines.
As part of GoHeroes, thousands of Gojek’s driver-partners have also virtually committed to travel from hospitals, ensuring that healthcare workers can continue to travel to and from their workplace with confidence. safety and comfort.
Going forward, Gojek said he will continue to seek new initiatives to create an even safer driving environment and allow Singapore to travel safely.
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