SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) – California’s governor is considering placing nearly all of the state’s 40 million residents under a tough stay-at-home order amid fears that a staggering coronavirus surge could overwhelm the hospital system within weeks. Gov. Gavin Newsom warned this week that he may take “drastic” action. On Wednesday, California reported more than 20,000 new coronavirus cases, shattering the state’s previous one-day record. A record 8,500 people are in the hospital. The state has fewer than 2,000 intensive care unit beds available, and officials have said they may be filled by Christmas unless the virus spread slows.