Philadelphia is expanding vaccine eligibility to all residents above age 65, officials announced Wednesday.

The Department of Public Health announced that it had notified vaccine providers that they could begin vaccinating people age 65 and older. Previously, only residents age 75 and older were eligible in Philadelphia. That requirement differed from the rest of Pennsylvania, which has already been vaccinating all residents over 65.

The change is effective immediately.

“This change is possible because of the increased number of vaccine doses coming into the city and was considered by the Vaccine Advisory Committee in order to bring the city’s vaccine distribution program into line with the surrounding counties and states,” the department said in a news release.

Residents who fit that age requirement can sign up on the city’s vaccine interest form to receive an invitation to schedule an appointment.