According to the Daily Mail: 51,000. Across 36 states.
Actually, just 35 states because Hawaii had to re-boot its system after having ZERO people sign up.
To put that number in perspective, to get to the needed 7 million at this pace would take about three years. Here’s another factoid:
The career civil servants, who process data inside the agency, confirmed independently that just 6,200 Americans applied for health insurance through the problem-plagued website on October 1, the day it first opened to the public.