One woman in her 50s told the the province's China Business newspaper that she had been hospitalized almost a month and was left incontinent after receiving more than 200 stings.
Xinhua reports 206 people are still being treated in hospitals, with 37 patients reported in critical condition.
Officials say pest-control teams are being dispatched to help eradicate at least some of the hornet population.
Warmer weather is being blamed for the hornets being able to breed more successfully, and people are moving into areas where they are disturbing nests.
Other says the insects are responding to the smell of chemicals found in some foods and cosmetics.
The Asian giant hornet, or Vespa mandarinia can reach 2 inches in length and can fly up to 60 miles in a single day at speeds of up to 25 mph.
Their highly toxic stings can eat flesh, and lead to anaphylactic shock or renal failure.