Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava said Friday that the top priority right now "remains search and rescue."
Some names were removed after officials discovered both English and Hebrew names were reported for the same person.
The death toll reaches 20 as two more are found dead at the site of a collapsed condominium building in the Miami area.
Rescue crews are worried that intense winds and rainfall might lead to another collapse at the building site in Florida.
"Some of them don't have insurance, and they've lost everything they worked all their lives for," said Michael Capponi, president of Global Empowerment Mission.
The woman was reportedly trapped next to a bed and was communicating with rescuers 10 to 11 hours after the building fell.
The death toll stands at 18, while another 145 people remain unaccounted for.
President Joe Biden said that there is still no "firm proof" behind why the Surfside condominium collapsed last week as 147 people are still missing and eighteen confirmed dead.
The bodies of Lucia Guara, 10, Emma Guara, 4, Anaely Rodriguez, 42 and Andreas Giannitsopoulos, 21, were all recovered and identified on Wednesday.
Colonel Golan Vach, the leader of an Israeli search and rescue unit, said their "core mission" is to return loved ones to their families, whether they're alive or not.
In addition to the four bodies, other human remains have been found by rescue workers.
The QAnon supporter makes a wild claim that the Champlain Towers South was demolished to stop information from John McAfee being revealed.
Miami-Dade County's Mayor Daniella Levine Cava said that 149 individuals still remain unaccounted for.
Luis Andres Bermúdez, 26, was identified by Miami-Dade Police as one of the dead after the collapse of part of a 12-story condo building in Surfside, Florida.
Philip Zyne, an attorney, said that he'd seen multiple inspectors in his building since the collapse, but few people preparing to leave.
Authorities on Monday publicly identified the remains of three victims recovered from the rubble of the Surfside, Florida building collapse.
"These numbers are very fluid and they will change," Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava said on Monday.
A survivor of the collapse is seeking unspecified monetary compensation.
"It appears the building is in very good shape," the official said, nearly three years before its collapse.
"It's hard to go through these long days and we haven't gotten any answers yet," said Dianne Ohayon, whose parents are missing. "We are just waiting for answers. That's what we want."
Nichole Notte and her K-9 Dig have been working 16-hour shifts since Thursday as they trawl through debris searching for survivors.
In a Facebook post, Rabbi Jonathan Berkun, a rabbi at the Aventura Turnberry Jewish Center, wrote, "The suffering in Miami is of biblical proportions. The waiting, not knowing, hoping and praying is torturous."
Sixteen calls were received from the landline of a missing couple's apartment that now lies among the rubble in Surfside, Florida.
William Espinosa, who oversaw maintenance of the Champlain Towers South condo building from 1995 to 2000, recalled the building's garage experiencing a concerning amount of seawater during high ocean tides.
About 156 people remain missing days after a condo building partially collapsed in Surfside, Florida, on Thursday.
A report from 2018 indicated the collapsed building in Surfside had "major structural damage" that needed repairs.
"We have hope because that's what our search and rescue team tells us, that they have hope," the Miami-Dade mayor said at a Friday briefing.
While speaking with Newsweek, Wagner said it does not seem like the building took any "corrective action" to fix the issues in the woman's unit "because the corrosion continued."
Fang is the mother of 16-year-old Jonah Handler who was pulled from the rubble of the building early Thursday.
A video posted by Miami-Dade Fire Rescue shows firefighters walking through knee-deep water in the basement parking garage of the collapsed Champlain Tower.