Teleworking has become a reality for Ecuadorians during the Covid-19 outbreak. However, it is also part of the regulatory framework supervised by the Ministry of Labour of Ecuador, defining teleworking as "the provision of legal and personal services, in a dependent relationship, of a non-present nature, during ordinary or special working days, outside the facilities of the place where the worker works". We describe Ecuador's new teleworking regulations established by the government to continue doing business in the country. Teleworking in Ecuador Teleworking is one of the measures implented during Covid-19 outbreak. It is important to consider that, in a country like Ecuador, many people still live from the profits obtained from informal jobs such as street sales or stalls in the food market. For this reason, the reactivation of the economy is a priority for Ecuador's government. While ensuring the implementation of all precautionary measures to stop the spread of Coronavirus - including teleworking - the country began with the reactivation of its economy since mid-May. However, many people living in the urban areas of Ecuador are still working from home. Reactivation of labour activities in Ecuador Since June 2020, Quito, the capital of Ecuador and the city where all main national and international companies operate, took the next step in the reactivation of its economic activities as a city. The government authorized citizens to stay out of their homes until 9pm, allowing companies to resume their work activities. Likewise, the local government emphasizes the...