As claimed on iacenter.org:
What’s behind this crisis is that during the past three years, the neoliberal regime of President Lenín Moreno privatized the public health system and systematically dismantled it. The system follows the U.S. “just in time,” profit-before-people industry model. Privatization has drastically reduced the number of intensive care units, hospital beds per person and the system’s overall capacity to handle a crisis.
Note that I'm not disputing that Ecuador has badly managed the Covid-19 crisis in some very obvious ways, like missing dead from the hospitals, insufficient testing leading to many more officially unexplained excess deaths compared to what's officially attributed to Covid-19, etc. I'm asking here if the number of ICU beds was substantially reduced in Moreno's time, due to the privatizations etc.