The question What do you describe the act of visiting a sick person in a single word in the English language was closed because it lacks sufficient detail, but after it was closed, @cobaltduck posted a comment link to Is there a single word for “visiting someone who is sick”.
As one of the closevoters, I have to admit I was partly motivated by the fact that there is no single "standard" English word other than visit (which is probably why Indian English sometimes uses condolence as a noun form in this context). If I'd thought there might be such a word, I'd have just left it open to see if anyone else could bring it to mind.
But we are where we are, and it seems to me that beyond question the later question should have been closed as a duplicate, not for being "Off Topic". It's beside the point that as it happens, there is no such word (since the fact that there isn't is in fact the "correct" answer).
So my question is: Should we arrange for the closevote reason to be changed? And if so, How? It seems a bit roundabout for five of us to vote to reopen, then re-vote to close for a different reason. Is this a fairly "open-and-shut" case where we should just ask a mod to do it? (Assuming they can).