Rescuers had reached all the 1,044 quake-hit villages that are under 134 townships in southwestern Sichuan Province by Tuesday evening, according to a military source.
Soldiers and armed police are still trying to rescue survivors from the debris and bring food and water to villages that have been isolated since the May 12 earthquake, the source said.
Rescuers saved a man named Ma Yuanjiang at around 12:50 a.m. Tuesday from the rubble in Wenchuan County, nearly 179 hours after the powerful earthquake.
In Pengzhou, a 60-year-old woman, who had lived on rainwater in the past days, was rescued at 6:45 p.m. on Tuesday from rubble, more than 196 hours after the quake.
At the small village of Maliu, in Leigu township in worst-hit Beichuan county, rescuers found 80-year-old Ren Chengzhen and her polio-afflicted son, who had lost everything.
Soldiers gave them bread, instant noodles and bottled water and helped them set up a tent while sending Ren for examination.
Eighty-six residents of Maliuping village near the top of a 1,200-meter mountain had been cut off since the quake. Rescuers evacuated them on Monday afternoon after trekking through a 32-km dangerous mountain path that had about 37 landslides.
The 56-year-old Wang Chunbang was also one of the lucky survivors found by rescuers on their way to remote villages. He had been trapped for 164 hours in a damaged manganese pit in Qingchuan, northern Sichuan, until an eight-member rescue team found him on Monday morning while searching for survivors in the mountains between two townships there.