They look close, but a few more weeks, possibly even a month, will help them fully separate and they may get a little bigger as well. Watch the plants carefully and after the bottom leaves start dying I’d pull another one and see if they look closer to fully separated. Part of the skins becoming papery happens during the curing process as well, but when I harvest mine are more clearly differentiated and the skins more obvious. The good news is they are usable at anytime, so you can cook with the one you’ve harvested and sample the flavor now.
Keep in mind that there are many types of garlic, so this is just based on my growing hard neck types in the mid Atlantic region of the US. I believe I usually harvest 3-4 weeks after pulling the scapes, but again it is a different location and probably different varieties.