More than 80% of people in เล่นสล็อต their early-60s have now been fully vaccinated, latest figures show.
Data published by Public Health Wales also shows 1,270,606 people (40.3%) have now had a second jab.
The programme is pushing ahead with fully vaccinating those in their 50s, with second doses making up 91% of all jabs given out on Monday.
In all, 2,185,427 people have been given a first vaccine dose - that's 69.3% of the population.
First Minister Mark Drakeford said all adults would be offered a vaccine by next Monday.
Who has received a dose in Wales so far?
Figures for Wales are released every day apart from Saturdays - and more of a local breakdown is issued weekly to show how things are progressing.
The programme is pushing ahead with first doses for the under-30s.
Nearly 322,700 people in their 40s (82%) have had a first dose - but the numbers have plateaued in the past week.
Nearly 300,000 of those in their 30s (70.8%) have had it.
Of those aged 18 to 29, 288,939 (61%) have had their first jab.
Second doses are now reaching more people in their 50s, as well as 80% of those in the early 60s, and made up more than 91% of all vaccinations on Monday.
How many have received a first dose?
A total of 2,185,427 people in Wales have been given their first dose - 69.3% of the population.
Wales remains ahead of the other UK nations in the total proportion of the population given a first jab.
For countries with populations of more than one million, Wales has also been ahead of every nation in the world on this measure since mid-May.
Data published on Tuesday showed Scotland has given first doses to 62.4% of its population and England 60.2%. In Northern Ireland it was 57.8%.