By Tuesday, a total of 87,360 first dose vaccinations had been delivered in the region – representing over 70 per cent of all adults.
Meanwhile, 37,958 second dose vaccinations had been provided, which accounts for 31.4 per cent of everyone aged 16 and above.
However, health bosses are still stressing the importance of following the rules and guidance.
Interim director of public health Valerie White said: “Amid current national limitations on vaccine stocks, a great deal of the work that is happening now is focused on delivering second dose vaccinations.
“A second vaccination is very important, as it helps ensure that everyone has the highest and longest-lasting degree of protection against the coronavirus.
“Everyone should take up the opportunity for both vaccinations at the time when they are offered.
“Although a current focus is on second jags, work is gearing up to provide vaccinations to those aged under 50 as more vaccine stocks become available and we work down through the age cohorts.”
And she confirmed that the area’s under 30s will be offered the Pfizer vaccine, in line with national developments.
Ms White also stressed that an immune response is to be expected to an initial vaccination, saying: “This is the body reacting to being exposed for the first time to a safe version of the coronavirus. This may take the form of a sore arm and possibly general flu-like symptoms over a couple of days, but can be self-managed. For more information, visit NHS Inform at www.nhsinform.scot.”