Gede said his agency had gone to the villa to remove the body after receiving a request from the Badung Disaster Mitigation Agency (BPDB) at 3:45 p.m. on Thursday. Basarnas then deployed six personnel for the process.The personnel wore complete protective gear as part of the standard COVID-19 protocol.The victim was taken to the Sanglah Hospital morgue, pending permission from the family for autopsy, Bagus added.Read also: Bali hamlet put under lockdown after tests indicate over 400 people ‘reactive’ to virusOn Wednesday, 58-year-old Kevin James Nunn from West Australia was found dead in his rented house in North Denpasar.Nunn allegedly died from consuming two cans of expired soft drinks. Denpasar Police chief Adj. Jensen Aviatus said Nunn had told his wife that he felt pain in the chest before he died.Police had also started investigating the death to find out whether Nunn had died from drink poisoning.His body was also removed using COVID-19 protocol, but a COVID-19 test on Nunn has come back negative.“The investigation is ongoing. However, one thing is certain, that he had no COVID 19 based on a rapid test,” Jansen said.On Tuesday, Australian man Christopher Steven Tolley was found dead in his hotel room in Seminyak. The 48-year-old was found dead on the bed in his hotel room on Tuesday afternoon after missing his check-out time.His body was taken to the Sanglah Hospital for further investigation. Kuta Police are probing the cause of death.Tolley too was declared negative for COVID-19 following a swab test, Sanglah Hospital director Wayan Sudana said.Topics : The Bali Police are investigating the deaths of three foreigners who were found lifeless in separate locations on the resort island.A male US national identified as Darrel Carlton was found dead in a villa in the Seminyak subdistrict of Kuta district, Badung regency, on Thursday, the third foreigner who died in Bali after two Australians died on Tuesday and Wednesday.Kuta Police investigation unit head First Insp. Bagus Nagara Baranacita said police were still investigating the cause of death but had found no signs of violence on Carlton’s body. “We are still waiting for the COVID 19 test result before conducting further investigation,” Bagus said on Thursday, adding that investigators would also search the victim’s room.Read also: Bali sees almost 100 percent drop in foreign touristsFifty-year-old Carlton, who ran a villa-rental business in Seminyak, was found dead after a tenant who was about to check out of their room contacted him. As Carlton did not answer the calls, the tenant went to check on Carlton and noticed a foul odor emitting from his room. The tenant then reported to the pecalang (traditional Balinese guard), who in turn contacted local authorities.The head of the Bali Search and Rescue Agency (Basarnas), Gede Darmada, said the body was stiff with blackened skin. The victim had probably died three days prior to the discovery.