The National Institute of Forensic Sciences in the Central American nation raised the toll although it is still unconfirmed how many in the region are missing following the horrific natural disaster.
So far 23 bodies have been identified in the region.
Frighteningly hot volcanic material that covered areas of Guatemala has made identification problematic.
Some bodies were left unrecognisable from the devastation.
DNA testing in addition to other methods are being used to identify bodies.
The nation’s seismology and vulcanology institute have stated activity is increasing from the volatile volcano as fears of further chaos skyrocket.
On Tuesday further explosions sent ash soaring 5,000metres above sea level.
Guatemala’s disaster agency issued fresh orders of evacuations for more communities on Tuesday.
Panic has ensued in the Central American nation after little to no warning was given against the eruption.
More to follow…