Indonesian soldiers unload relief aid for natural disaster victims from a plane at an airbase in Mataram, Lombok, Indonesia August 9, 2018 in this photo taken by Antara Foto.
Tens of thousands of people have been left homeless on the island.
Damage and chaos continues on the Indonesian island of Lombok, in the third big natural disaster in little more than a week Thursday as the official death toll from the most powerful of the quakes topped 300.
"A lot of people are displaced, and many have migrated to the hilly and mountainous areas because of fear of a tsunami", Red Cross representative Husni Husni said.
The US Geological survey reported a 5.2-magnitude quake just off the coast of Lombok between the tourist town of Senggigi and the Gili Islands on Monday at 11.50pm.
"It's estimated the death toll will continue to grow because there are still victims who are suspected of being buried by landslides and collapsed buildings and there are deaths that have not been recorded", Nugroho said.
While the quake was centred on the island of Lombok, people in nearby Bali were also strongly affected.
The quake struck at 19:46 local time (11:46 GMT) on Sunday at a fairly shallow depth of 31km (19 miles).
The national disaster agency said there are still some evacuees that have not yet received aid, especially in the north and west of the island.
Workers with heavy machinery are searching the rubble of homes, schools and mosques, with hope of finding any survivors fading. The BNPB, however, said the verified death toll stood at 164 as of Wednesday.
Many people used the word "selamat" - meaning "to survive" - as they wrote about the magnitude 7.0 quake, which, CBS reports, killed at least 131 people. The region has been hit by more than 350 aftershocks, the BBC reported.
"We were stuck in traffic while delivering aid, suddenly it felt like our auto was hit from behind, it was so strong", witness Sri Laksmi told AFP.
Makeshift medical facilities have been set up to treat the injured.
Falling rubble instantly paralysed Mary Andoni from the waist down when Indonesia was shaken by one of its deadliest earthquakes in years.
Other evacuees said they were subsisting on a diet of instant noodles and needed clean water and bedding.