The death toll after the massive earthquake in the western Turkish region of Izmir last Friday rose from 79 to 98.
According to Turkish authorities, 847 of the 994 injured have now been released from the hospital.
106 people have been rescued since the quake on Friday afternoon. There have already been about 1,400 aftershocks.
On Friday, Turkey was hit by a severe earthquake. The earthquake also hit the Greek island of Samos, where two people were killed.
Victims are still being searched for in five collapsed buildings. Some 8,000 people and 25 rescue dogs provided assistance. More than 3,500 tents and 13,000 beds have been provided to give temporary shelter to people.
Turkey is more often hit by earthquakes. In January this year, 41 people died in an earthquake in the eastern province of Elazig and in 2011 more than 500 people were killed in the east of the city of Van.