(Sacramento, CA) — California’s governor is issuing a statewide order for people to stay home to slow the spread of the coronavirus. Gavin Newsom explained more than half of the people in California, over 25 million people, could be infected with the respiratory illness. That could result in thousands of hospitalizations, much more than the state’s hospital capacity. Folks will still be allowed to do essential tasks like going to the store, picking up medicine and going for walks. Newsom suggested law enforcement wouldn’t be enforcing the order, instead saying social pressure would regulate behavior. The statewide order follows similar orders in major California cities like Los Angeles and San Francisco.