Have you been anywhere outside of training? Where did you go? What time did you leave? What was the reason?
They're the four mundane questions that would've helped remove South Sydney supercoach Wayne Bennett's confusion over what he can and can't do inside the NRL bubble.
It would've also saved Bennett $20,000 and two weeks in quarantine if only he had've been using the NRL's coronavirus app correctly.
Canberra Raiders halfback George Williams revealed the app had been helping keep the Green Machine on the right path since they entered the bubble three months ago.
Not only did Bennett break the rules by going out to lunch at a fancy Italian restaurant in Sydney, but he also broke the rules by not entering the details of the aforementioned feast in the app.
It was one of a string of recent biosecurity breaches, along with Brisbane Broncos forward Tevita Pangai jnr's trip to the opening of a barbershop - which has him on the verge of having his contract torn up.
The Canberra Times revealed in April the NRL was using its own app to help get the competition back up and running.
Every player, coach or staff member inside the Project Apollo bubble has to fill in a series of questions on it every day, including their body temperature and where they've been.
Williams said it was disappointing the minority were potentially risking the future of the competition by breaking the protocols.
He felt the Raiders had been doing the right thing.
"We can't do much outside of training so while we're here we've got to enjoy it. We enjoy each other's company," Williams said.
"We can't go to cafes and restaurants and do normal life things at the moment, but we're still playing and that's the main thing. We're just happy to come in and train.
"It's disappointing for the sport [that people are breaking the rules], but we can only control what's in our bubble and I think everyone's been bang on at the moment.
"We've got to do our apps every day - where we've been and where we've not been. We can only go essential shopping for food to survive.
"We've been as good as we can be and hopefully we'll continue to do that."
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Raiders enforcer Josh Papalii said he'd struggled when the NRL was first suspended, when he was largely stuck at home and had to train alone.
With a young family he had to double as his childrens' school teacher, joking reading books to his two young kids wasn't his cup of tea.
But Papalii backed everything the NRL was doing to keep the game going.
"Rugby league's all I know what to do. I love playing this game. I struggled with the COVID shutdown early on in the year," Papalii said.
"I was at home with the kids - that was exciting at times, but very boring reading books 24-7, that's just not my thing - but in saying that it is what it is.
"The NRL are doing all they can to keep us safe and keep the game going. Our trust is in the NRL at the moment, there's no need to press the panic button."
NRL ROUND 14
Saturday: Canberra Raiders v Brisbane Broncos at Canberra Stadium, 7.35pm.
Raiders squad: 1. Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad, 2. Jordan Rapana, 3. Jarrod Croker (c), 4. Curtis Scott, 5. Nick Cotric, 6. Jack Wighton, 7. George Williams, 8. Josh Papalii, 9. Siliva Havili, 10. Dunamis Lui, 11. John Bateman, 12. Elliott Whitehead, 13. Hudson Young. Interchange: 14. Tom Starling, 15. Joe Tapine, 16. Ryan Sutton, 17. Corey Harawira-Naera. Reserves: 18. Sam Williams, 19. Michael Oldfield, 20. Kai O'Donnell, 21. Matt Frawley.
Broncos squad: 1. Darius Boyd, 2. Richard Kennar, 3. Kotoni Staggs, 4. Herbie Farnworth, 5. Xavier Coates, 6. Brodie Croft, 7. Tom Dearden, 8. Thomas Flegler, 9. Jake Turpin, 10. Payne Haas, 11. David Fifita, 12. Ben Te'o, 13. Patrick Carrigan. Interchange: 14. Cory Paix, 15. Jordan Riki, 16. Joe Ofahengaue, 17. Matthew Lodge.Reserves: 18. Issac Luke, 19. Ethan Bullemor, 20. Rhys Kennedy, 21. Jesse Arthars.