The University of Minnesota won’t require COVID-19 vaccinations at any of its five campuses.  On Monday, university president Joan Gabel announced the decision, saying staff, students and faculty don’t need to be vaccinated to return to campus this fall.  Gabel said officials consulted with public health experts, school members, and considered vaccination rates and infection data in making the decision.  The university is pushing a public information campaign to encourage vaccinations, but says getting the vaccine is a “complex and personal issue.”