Sri Lanka has revised down the death toll from Sunday’s blasts by more than 100, to “about 253”, the health ministry says.
It has blamed a calculation error.
Suicide bombers struck hotels and churches in the Colombo area and the eastern city of Batticaloa. Hundreds were injured, officials said.
Most of those killed were Sri Lankans, but dozens of foreigners were also casualties. Nine people are suspected of carrying out the attacks.
Sri Lanka’s defence secretary has resigned following Sunday’s suicide bombings.
Security services remain on high alert but the United States and the UK are warning about the possibility of more attacks.
The UK is advising its nationals to avoid travelling to Sri Lanka unless it’s absolutely necessary.