In a December 16, 2020, Independent Science News article,1 journalist Sam Husseini reveals new evidence tying the EcoHealth Alliance to the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) — links that add a new dimension to analyses of the underlying purpose of the group’s research activities into coronaviruses and, potentially, the origin of the COVID-19 pandemic itself.
The New York-based EcoHealth Alliance, a nonprofit organization focused on pandemic prevention, has played a central role in the current pandemic. As noted by Husseini:2
- When SARS-CoV-2 first emerged in Wuhan, China, the EcoHealth Alliance was providing funding to the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV) to collect and study novel bat coronaviruses.
- EcoHealth Alliance president Peter Daszak has been the primary expert chosen by the mainstream media to explain the origin of the pandemic.
- Daszak is also intimately involved in the two major international committees tasked with investigating the origin of the virus. He’s both a member of the World Health Organization’s committee3 and the head of The Lancet’s COVID-19 commission,4 even though he has openly and repeatedly dismissed the possibility of the pandemic being the result of a lab leak.5
As noted by Husseini, the fact that EcoHealth Alliance has received nearly $39 million — one-third of the organization’s total budget — from the U.S. DOD has never been mentioned in any of Daszak’s media appearances. It’s also never been mentioned during any of the discussions of the EcoHealth Alliance’s role before or during the pandemic.
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