"218 people continue receiving treatment at hospitals", the AFAD said in a statement.
Meanwhile, Environment and Urbanisation Minister Murat Kurum said that more than 40 multi-storey buildings in Izmir have been completely destroyed or have become uninhabitable as a result of the earthquake.
"A total of 2,234 buildings were explored after the earthquake. As many as 41 buildings were completely destroyed or seriously damaged, 1,041 buildings were partially damaged", Kurum told reporters.
According to the minister, citizens whose houses have become uninhabitable will be paid compensation in the amount of $3,600, while relatives of the victims will receive $1,200.
On Friday, the 6.6 earthquake took place in western Turkey, with its epicentre located in the Aegean Sea near the city of Seferihisar in the Izmir province.