The death toll from Sunday’s devastating earthquake on the Indonesian island of Lombok has risen to 347.

The majority of people died in Kayangan, on the north side of the island, Antara reported.

Another 1,447 people were injured and 165,003 were displaced by the 6.9 magnitude quake, National Disaster Management Agency spokesman Sutopo Purwo Nugroho said.

Around 200,000 people live in northern Lombok, a mountainous region, according to the 2010 census.

On Tuesday, the government estimated 20,000 people are in need of assistance, with around 80% of buildings destroyed, as aid workers struggled to reach those affected by the disaster.

Meanwhile, the disaster management agency said Tuesday all of the 2,000 tourists on the Gili Islands had now been evacuated.