Adelaide performing arts group introduces COVID vaccine mandate for kids aged as young as 5 | 7NEWS

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EXCLUSIVE: Unvaccinated children could be prevented from participating in some activities.

Adelaide performing arts group Theatre Bug is among the first to mandate jabs for kids.

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