I have a question about my Biology Stack Exchange post: How likely is a rabies virus from dog saliva will enter a human body through this kind of finger skin?
This question is closed with following reason:
Personal medical questions and health advice are off-topic on Biology. We cannot safely answer questions for your specific situation and you should always consult a doctor for medical advice.
Now I don't understand where am I asking for a health advice here?
And how would a doctor be able to tell whether a virus can enter through such a peeled skin? I mean some doctors who have studied higher will definitely answer, but not every random doctor would do this.
At least in India, most doctors don't know about this at all. So definitely I can't go to them to explain the biology behind this. Nor would they explain me. They will more likely offer a medical advice / help. Honestly, that's why I asked this question here.
Even if a doctor would answer my question with scientific facts, it shouldn't be considered a medical advice or health advice. It's more about knowing the process rather than effects or prevention.
All doctor would do will try to prevent or protect you from rabies. That's what my question is not about at all.
I just want to know how likely the virus will enter though indirect touch of a licked object through this kind of finger.
So why my question is closed for these reasons? And if I'm missing something, how can I correct it?