In the same way that we (potentially) close questions "asking for legal advice," I am wondering if we should have a canonical response to questions that essentially ask for health advice, or health policy advice. This is the question that caused me to wonder this:
On the one hand, this is a workplace issue in the sense that it seems to essentially be asking a question about workplace policy. That seems to make it on topic, and potentially answerable.
On the other hand, similar to how it can be damaging to seek legal advice from strangers on the internet, I'm wondering if people think the same danger applies here. In other words, is it dangerous (risky?) to seek health policy advice from strangers on the internet? Should questions like this be redirected with a generic answer in some way (i.e. "follow the guidelines of the CDC or equivalent in your jurisdiction")?