The remote Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan, known for embracing gross national happiness and outlawing television until 1999, has made the unusual decision to temporarily reverse a ban on the sale of tobacco, blaming coronavirus.The decision comes even though smoking is considered a sin in the mostly Buddhist country, where a tobacco control law was first passed in 1729 and the plant is believed to have grown from the blood of a demoness.The country of about 750,000 banned the sale, manufacture and…