The death toll from Nepal's devastating earthquake sharply rose to 6,155 on Thursday, according to police figures.
More than 13,400 have been injured by the earthquake with more bodies still being recovered from the wreckage by emergency services.
The Nepali Home Ministry estimates that more than 130,000 houses have been completely destroyed by the earthquake.
The U.N. said that two people were rescued alive Thursday as search and rescue operations wind down.
Frustrated by slow aid delivery and fearing the spread of disease in the quake's aftermath, hundreds of thousands of frustrated Nepalis have fled capital Kathmandu for less affected home districts.
At a World Health Organization-led meeting in Kathmandu on Thursday, Nepali health ministry officials said that they did not currently need more medical teams to arrive, but required 4,000 tents and teams to be deployed in the Gorkha district, near the epicenter of the quake.
The organization, which has been coordinating medical relief efforts, is concerned that some smaller medical teams arriving in Nepal without the necessary resources could actually become a burden on the health response.