Agree with Bankfodders comments above.
The Austrian incident has been recorded against your Insurance and will be recorded as a fault claim, as your Insurers believe that they may have to pay out an amount.
You can of course ask your Insurers (using a GDPR subject access request ) for copies of what they have received related to this incident. It may be that they have received information about the incident, which is sufficient to make them believe that they should record a fault claim.
They may want to record the claim as fault to collect additional premiums, rather than wait for the outcome of a lengthy process. If eventually it is decided that you have zero liability for the accident, then the Insurers will update the claim to non fault and you can register this with Insurers to obtain a relevant refund/reduction of your Insurance.
So you will need to take out Insurance based on the no claims situation as it is. Send the GDPR SAR to the Insurers and separately, send a complaint to the Insurers asking to be kept updated about the progress of the claim and provided with copies of any documents which assists with any current Court/legal processes which are ongoing.
then 54 (more than half) wont
and technology has moved on a bit in 17 years ... so we should be able to get more quicker, easier, cheaper and more accurately
Perhaps you'll believe it if you read it
Aside from airport screening when there were actually international flights to get on I don't know of anywhere where they're conducting temperature screening domestically. If it was such a game changer then you'd think it would be going on everywhere.
It could be because it's ineffective:
''Under generally conservative assumptions on sensitivity, we find that 46 of 100 infected travellers will enter undetected.....For example, when entry screening was implemented in Australia in response to the 2003 SARS outbreak, 1.84 million people were screened, 794 were quarantined, and no cases were confirmed''
@BritanniaLtd Coronavirus: Britannia Hotel made staff homeless in 'admin error'. Read more at https://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/topic/420603-britannialtd-coronavirus-britannia-hotel-made-staff-homeless-in-admin-error/
Shocking pictures reveal ‘disgusting’ conditions inside Hermes depot where workers ‘feel like slaves’. Read more at https://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/topic/419726-shocking-pictures-reveal-%E2%80%98disgusting%E2%80%99-conditions-inside-hermes-depot-where-workers-%E2%80%98feel-like-slaves%E2%80%99/
Euro Car Parks issued this ticket to the police in Devon and Cornwall. Read more at https://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/topic/419522-can-anyone-identify-the-parking-company-which-issued-this-ticket-to-the-police-in-devon-and-cornwall/