Bali’s ‘Skull Island’ keeps open-air burial tradition alive, despite coronavirus pandemic

Bali’s ‘Skull Island’ keeps open-air burial tradition alive, despite coronavirus pandemic

South China Morning Post - Asia·2020-06-17 05:55

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Villagers in Trunyan, who leave bodies to decompose in the open, say it’s tourists who bring in the threat of the Covid-19 disease

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