But it turns out one of the main places people are hearing vaccine hesitancy conversations is on YouTube. The researchers also broke down the top 50 most-subscribed YouTube creators who have expressed vaccine hesitancy. In October YouTube pledged to rid its platform of misleading COVID-19 vaccine videos. The videos encompassed a broad spectrum of reasons for vaccine hesitancy, but several prominent narratives cropped up repeatedly across the channels. AdvertisementElena Hernandez, a YouTube spokesperson, told VICE News that the company “has clear policies around COVID-19 vaccine misinformation.