9,632 in India in the first 24 hours of this week.
That’s more than 1.3% of the population, a fraction of the number of people who die every year from the coronavirus, according to data from the National Center for Health Statistics.
That statistic is based on the data provided by the National Sample Survey Office, which collects data from India’s public and private hospitals.
The data is based only on people who are registered with the hospitals, not on those who died.
It’s a stark contrast from the fact that 1,069 people died from influenza last year, the second-deadliest outbreak on record.
In 2017, 6,821 people died of influenza, or 7.9%.
While India has had more people infected with the virus than any other country, its toll is still far lower than many other countries in the world.
In the U.S., for example, more than 3 million people died last year from influenza.
In India, the number is about 2.5 million.