Spokesman Sutopo Purwo Nugroho said there are reports of other deaths but they still need to be verified.
Two days after the quake, rescuers were still struggling to reach all the affected areas and authorities expected the death toll to rise.
Soldiers have pulled a man alive from the rubble of a large mosque flattened by an natural disaster on the Indonesian island of Lombok, while thousands of homeless villagers waited for aid on Tuesday and stranded tourists camped at beaches and in the lobbies of damaged hotels.
Salama, 52, was at a prayer class in the mosque of Karangpangsor village when the 6.9-magnitude quake struck the tropical holiday island on Sunday evening, killing more than 100 people and leaving thousands homeless as buildings collapsed.
Aid agency Oxfam said it was providing clean drinking water and tarpaulin shelters to 5,000 survivors, but the need was much greater, with more than 20,000 estimated to have been displaced.
Rescuers on Tuesday resumed the desperate search for survivors‚ and to recover the bodies of victims in the rubble of houses‚ mosques and schools destroyed in the latest disaster.
The Department of Foreign Affairs says it has been helping a number of Irish people caught up in the quake.
Numerous deaths occurred in the northern part of the island in West Nusa Tenggara province.
"We don't know for sure how many people are alive under the rubble", said Mr Nugroho.
Take That singer Gary Barlow is among the British tourists on the island. "Where should we go if we have no house anymore, nowhere to live?" said the mother of 15- and 9-year-old girls.
Shattered roads and a lack of heavy equipment have hampered efforts to reach survivors in the mountainous north and east of Lombok, which were hardest hit.
The joint team has evacuated at least 4,636 tourists and local residents of the islands by boat to Benoa Port on Bali as well as to Lembar Port and Bangsal Port on Lombok as of Monday night, according to BNPB.
Lombok airport's general manager said airlines had laid on extra flights and his staff had been providing blankets and snacks. That's because the region sits smack-dab along the so-called ring of fire-an imaginary, horseshoe-shape line that follows the rim of the Pacific Ocean and marks spots where several tectonic plates collide.
"We were moving metre to metre side to side, up and down, people were screaming and running away from any structures and trees", she said.
A large number of foreign and local tourists are still waiting to be evacuated from popular tourist island Gili Trawangan Island in Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara, and some are faced with dehydration.