Prominent pro-democracy campaigner Wei Jingsheng has accused China of using the military games, which was held in Wuhan in 2019, as an opportunity to spread the novel coronavirus. Speaking with Sky News host Sharri Markson as part of her exclusive documentary, ‘What Really Happened in Wuhan’, Wei accused Beijing of using the games as an opportunity to spread the virus. “I thought that the Chinese government would take this opportunity to spread the virus during the military games as many foreigners would show up there,” he told Ms Markson. He said he told his friend high profile human rights lawyer Dimon Liu in November that a novel coronavirus was spreading in Wuhan. “I learned there was an unusual exercise by the Chinese government during the military games, and so I told Dimon about the possibility of the Chinese government using some strange weapons, including biological weapons, because I knew they were doing experiments of that sort,” Wei said. There is no evidence the virus was spread at the games, although no testing was done by any authorities when the athletes returned from Wuhan.