(CNN) -- Relief officials are working to assess the death tolls from last Sunday's tsunami that killed thousands of people in at least 11 countries.
CNN has confirmed that the undersea earthquake off Sumatra and the giant waves it triggered killed 154,889 people, and that number is expected to rise.
Deaths by country:
Indonesia: More than 94,000, according to health ministry.
Sri Lanka: More than 46,000, with more than 14,000 missing. The number dropped slightly Monday because the government increased the number of dead they estimated from rebel-held areas -- CNN's total subtracts the estimate and adds in the Tamil Tiger-UN numbers for a total.
Sri Lankan officials in Colombo increased the death toll in non-rebel-held areas of the island nation to 27,196. In addition, the officials reported 15,683 were injured, 899,408 are without homes, and 3,792 are still missing.
Tamil Tiger rebels in conjunction with the United Nations Development Program say 18,807 died in territory they hold, another 10,000 people are missing and 600,000 displaced.
India: The Indian government lowered its death toll to 9,479 dead but raised its missing total to 5,796 people missing -- 5,681 of them on the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
Thailand: 4,993 dead, with 3,810 missing.
Maldives: 82, with 28 missing.
Myanmar: 59, according to government report.
Somalia: 114, according to U.N. reports.
Kenya: Kenyan media reports one death.
Seychelles: Unconfirmed reports of deaths.
SI Moderator - Greg Gordon