The National Disaster Risk Reduction Management Council said 149 of the fatalities were in Bohol, 11 in Cebu and one in Siquijor, the Philippine Star.Sun reported.
The council also reported 21 people remained missing in Bohol and 375 people were injured.
The agency said at least 3.4 million people were affected by Tuesday's 7.2-magnitude earthquake that one seismologist said had a level of energy that was equivalent to 32 of the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima in World War II.
The earthquake destroyed 605 houses and damaged 1,461 other structures in Bohol and Cebu provinces, which are under a state of calamity.
The Department of Public Works and Highways said 31 bridges were partially damaged or destroyed in the two provinces. Roads and flood-control structures also were damaged, as were seaports, airports, churches, public buildings, hospitals and businesses.
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