Near 31,500 of the 126,000 employees registered in the country's capital will be incorporated to work.
Ecuador's Ministry of Labor indicated that only those public servants will return to their posts who, due to the nature of their activity, are not eligible for teleworking.
Workers belonging to the so-called priority or vulnerable groups will continue operating from their homes.
The streets of Guayaquil, Ecuador, are deserted, with few residents in sight — and a few dead, as bodies are being left in the streets of this overwhelmed place. The coronavirus pandemic is overloading the city's public services to a point of collapse. https://t.co/ehrIaNO0r5