YouTube announced Wednesday that it will block all anti-vaccine content, including videos that spread misinformation about vaccinations unrelated to COVID-19.

“We’re expanding our medical misinformation policies with new guidelines on currently administered vaccines that are approved and confirmed to be safe and effective by local health authorities and the WHO,” the company said in ​​​blog post.

As part of the ban, YouTube revealed that they’ve already removed pages associated with high-profile misinformation spreaders like Joseph Mercola, Erin Elizabeth, Sherri Tenpenny and the Children’s Health Defense Fund, which is spearheaded by Robert F. Kennedy Jr.

Alongside anti-vaccine rhetoric associated with the coronavirus, the company will also prohibit content that “spills over into misinformation about vaccines in general.”