EcoHealth Alliance Saw A 350% Boost in Investment Income

( Recent financial disclosures reveal that EcoHealth Alliance had an almost 350 percent boost in investment income in the fiscal year ending June 2020 (FY 2020).

EcoHealth Alliance is a non-profit group that distributes federal funding for scientific research throughout the world. It has been linked to research conducted at the Wuhan Institute of Virology, the possible source of the coronavirus outbreak.

In the Fiscal Year 2019, EcoHealth Alliance reported investment income of $81,277. But in the following fiscal year (July 1, 2019 to June 30, 2020), EcoHealth reported $359,381 in investment income – a 342.2 percent increase from the previous fiscal year.

Admittedly, this increase in investment income is from a fiscal year that only includes the first few months of the global COVID pandemic response.

In the six earlier fiscal years up to FY2018, EcoHealth Alliance never reported more than $70,000 in investment income. The reported amount in FY2020 is, on average, a 480.9 percent increase over the earlier six years.

The National Pulse reported the story. However, the report does not speculate as to the cause of this massive increase in investment income.

EcoHealth Alliance was at the center of the scandal over the origins of COVID-19 and the US government’s involvement in funding scientific research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology.

It was EcoHealth’s President Peter Daszak who coordinated the infamous “Lancet” letter in March 2020 in which scientists accused those pursuing the “lab leak” theory of COVID’s origins of being “xenophobic.” When Daszak’s involvement in the letter was exposed, the Lancet disavowed the letter over Daszak’s conflict of interest.

Daszak was instrumental in providing NIH funding for “gain-of-function” research at the Wuhan Institute.