The COVID-19 pandemic has brought countless things to light over the past year and a half, including how inaccessible so much of our society is. Pharmacies in particular can be a real challenge for those with low or no vision, and the pandemic-instigated switch to drive-through services has made things even worse. Head over to  The New York Times to read about Accessible Pharmacy Services, a start-up that specifically caters to those with low or no vision, and how it's making sure that everyone has access to the medications they need.