I started Insider Medical Admissions over a decade ago, so I've been in admissions consulting for a while. I'm pretty good at spotting trends. Every year about now I start getting emails from clients saying they're worried about their lack of (or minimal number of) interview invitations. Yes, even as early as mid-September folks are concerned. They say they have a classmate who says he's gotten an interview invitation or they read online that others are being contacted with invites.
Sure, it's possible some people are getting very, very early interview invitations. But, it's rare and should not affect your confidence. After all, according to Amy Cuddy, whom I've referenced before, confidence is the name of the game when it comes to interviews.
So, simply stop checking online and minimize conversations about interviews with others. If you are in the thick of the season and you still haven't gotten any interviews, then you'll need to reassess and act. But for now, put in ear plugs. This process is so very stressful; you certainly don't need to seek out more anxiety-provoking information (and who even knows if it's accurate anyway!).