At-home COVID tests, a treasure when you can find them, make life more convenient for many of us—but for blind or low vision people, finding the tests is just the first hurdle. At-home COVID tests mostly use visual cues and include directions that you have to adhere to perfectly with no Braille guidance. Head over to The New York Times to learn more about the inaccessibility of at-home COVID tests, and what steps we can take to make the tests work for everyone.