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Video Experience of Swab Test Arranged by Grab - By Yusuf Jainuddin


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Hope this helps someone and those going for your swab tests! Thanks to Yusuf Jainuddin for sharing for our fellow delivery riders!

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I made this video to showcase my own experience going for the swab test arranged by GRAB. 
Just like a lot of fellow riders here, the booking appointment timing and centre was inconvenient for me as it clashed with my schedule.
We still have to do our part so that everyone including our family for whom we work so hard for & return to at the end of the day, remain safe as well.
Hopefully this video will be of use to all my fellow rider family whether they wear green, pink or teal color.
Admin please remove this post if you find it unsuitable. Stay safe everyone.

 

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