J.J. and I are following two reliable sites where the latest requirements to enter Ecuador are posted.
Accordingly to the website of the US Embassy in Quito, Ecuador, we have to be in a possession of the vaccination card issued by the CDC. The card does not at all look officious. There’s no printed seal of the US government nor a bar code which could contain basic personal information such as name, citizenship, date of birth, etc.
Based on the website of Quito International Airport, the traveler must either present the vaccination card or have a negative COVID-19 test 72 hours prior to arrival.
The above information postings have been modified or “updated” since J.J. began monitoring.
Traveling is always an adventure but especially during this times of COVID-19, we must be prepared with added uncertainty and stressful situations.
Aloha -- Cathi