Nineteen people remained missing, and 498 people were injured, The Philippine Star reported.
The National Disaster Risk Reduction Management Council estimated that Tuesday's quake caused $43 million in damage to Cebu and Bohol provinces.
A total of 3.4 million people have been affected by the quake and 162,566 have been displaced from their homes, the Star said.
The U.S. Embassy said in a statement it will donate $50,000 of emergency response funds to the affected communities.
Six thousand hygiene kits will be made available.
The U.S. Agency for International Development has also been assisting with the recovery effort.
Taiwan will donate $100,000, GMA News reported.
The Taipei Economic and Cultural Office said it is working with Taiwanese communities in the country to conduct relief projects.
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