Hello. I am new to this forum and am about to embark on my first international teaching job in quite a few years. Obviously, I'm feeling more than a little uncertain about this move, given the current visa and travel restrictions in place across the globe. Since I'm supposed to be moving in August, I need to contact the school for more details and assurances about the move, but I'm not sure what questions I should be asking (I don't know what I don't know) or what information I should expect to have with two months remaining. I haven't received communications about potential apartments, although housing is included in my contract. Should I be worried or is that information I'll likely receive just before departure? I also don't yet have a plane ticket--Is that normal? From reading these forums, it appears that I should be worried about my contract and about how my school plans to approach potential school closures in the fall. Here are the questions I am planning to ask. Is there anything I'm missing? ---Will my contract be honored if I am not able to enter the country in August? ---If I am able to enter, what does the quarantine process entail? ---What contingencies are in place for teachers who are not on site for the beginning of the year? (I am worried that I won't get paid, that I won't be able to afford to live at home on a low salary if working remotely, that we'll have no ability to plan ahead by signing leases or looking for partner's job if we don't know how long we'll be stuck at home, etc.) Is there anything else I should be asking, or anything else I should be thinking about right now? Thank you in advance for your help.