As of 7 January the sunshield has been fully deployed, the secondary mirror deployed, and a number of other deployments completed. The next three days will be critical because the final mirror deployments will occur then. After that, a huge portion of the risk will be passed and the JWST can continue sailing toward L2.
The mirror segment deployment to move the mirror segments into their operational positions from their storage positions has completed successfully. The next major step is to traverse the remaining 58,000 kilometers to the L2 point – about four percent remaining of the 1.5 million kilometer journey. That will be followed by several months of the wavefront process which makes adjustments in the micron and nanometer ranges to reach final alignment and the initial imaging missions.