Some of both. Some paths and walkways are wider or have less stuff on them now but navigating a lot of these make shift lines and set ups without accessibility built in is tough.
The issues that existed before seem to have gotten somewhat better. Restaurants have less seating, so tables and chairs are no longer a huge issue, rarely do you have to wait for a stall, cause no one is using them, and there are tons of people helping shop now. But.... the other comment is spot on. Once again the disabled community was left put of the discussion when we started implementing all these new social distance rules, line changes...etc. little better, little worse.
To a large extent I would say accessibility has improved. A lot of places are adding hands free equipment such as door operators, soap dispensers, and with social distancing there is more room to move around. Also the curbside pickup and shopping at department stores is also nice
I haven't seen much research done on how quarantine protocols have affected disabled people and also have not come across more pointed help to assist those with disabilities. -Anonymous Forum Contest Entrant