Hi there, Andre.
This won't exactly answer your question but maybe it will give you another option to consider. I started learning the piano right in the middle of the pandemic and found a middle-of-the-road solution that has worked out well for me.
Like you, I was afraid of developing bad habits while learning the basics on my own so I wanted to find a teacher from the start and decided against the online programs. After getting some recommendations for local teachers in my area I interviewed a few by phone, spoke with some of their students, and found one I get along with who lives less than 15 minutes away. Because of the pandemic I'm only taking weekly lessons with her over Zoom, but I'll be able to begin in-persons lessons as soon as its safe for both of us to do so. The Zoom lessons have been surprisingly productive and I like that I've already been able to develop a working relationship with a local teacher.
Now this might be overkill, but I went the extra mile to ensure that my teacher and I could make the most of the meetings. That meant providing her with as much visual information as possible along with the sound of my playing. I use two web cams along with a free program (OBS) that can add both cams to a single virtual camera output that Zoom can utilize. That may sound like it would be complicated but it was incredibly easy to setup. Anyway, the end result is a large top down view combined with a side view that looks like this...
Not as good as having the teacher in the room with me, but still pretty darn good for the circumstances. My teacher likes it so much she's asked for help creating a similar setup. I've also been using this to record some of my practice sessions so that I can pick out my own mistakes and keep a visual record of my progress. So far so good.
Best of luck with whatever route you choose!