Reports said the latest casualty was a 57-year-old woman.
The interior ministry said Yiannis Kapakis, head of the civil protection authority, had resigned, the fourth departure since the July 23 fire struck the coastal resort of Mati near Athens.
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His trip was not announced beforehand in what local media said was a bid to avoid protests by residents of the hard-hit seaside villages east of Athens -- Mati and Rafina.
25 people are still missing, says Greek Fire Department official
The Health Ministry said a dozen other people remained in hospital with serious injuries.
Affected residents blame lack of coordination from authorities for loss of many lives, massive devastation
Firefighters were still dealing with pockets of flames from the unprecedented outbreak around Athens as the government announced a raft of measures to compensate those affected.
Fires near Greek capital have left 81 dead and more than 170 injured
Scores of locals and holidaymakers fled to the sea to try to escape the flames as they tore through towns near Athens stoked by 100-kilometre-per-hour wind gusts, devouring woodland and hundreds of buildings.
The death toll soared with a Red Cross official reporting the discovery of 26 bodies in the courtyard of a villa at the seaside resort of Mati.
Turkish president sends message of condolence and offers help to Greek Premier Tsipras
Some 60 firefighters and equipment left Cyprus on Tuesday for Greece, where more than 50 people have died in the fires, according to officials from the European Commission, the EU's executive arm.
Turkish foreign affairs and agriculture and forestry ministers, presidential spokesperson say Turkey is ready to help Greece
The source would not reveal the "measures", or give further details, after a newspaper reported Greece plans to expel two Russian diplomats and ban two other Russian envoys from entering the country.
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The dock will include system enabling Israel to monitor movement of goods bound for Gaza
The earthquake hit at a depth of 30 kilometres (19 miles), about 70 kilometres southwest of the city of Kalamata, the US Geological Survey said.
Suspects were trying to illegally cross into Greece from NW Turkey