Drones will now deliver customers' prescription medication, according to an Amazon blog post.
Customers have access to more than 500 medicines for both common and specific conditions and receive them in less than an hour at no extra charge.
The service is part of Amazon Pharmacy, a full-service online drugstore that has existed since 2020 after it acquired PillPack in 2018.
The drone cameras are equipped to identify people and animals and fly at a height between 40 to 120 meters in the air.
After the drone ensures the delivery space is clear, it lands and releases the customer's medication package.
If not, the drone will attempt the delivery again after returning to the Amazon fulfillment center.
If you would like your medicines to be drone-delivered, you need to be a resident of College Station, sign up for Prime Air, and complete a yard survey.
Amazon's drone delivery has had mixed reviews in the past. The recent mass Amazon layoffs also affected people from the Prime Air division.