News Coronavirus Impact on Everett by Independent Staff • March 19, 2020 • 2 Comments A man walks through Everett into Chelsea wearing a protective mask in an effort to protect himself from getting the virus. Grocery store shelves were emptied in a food shopping panic from Thursday to Sunday – while the public schools closed for more than a month and City Hall was shuttered for two weeks. Photo By Katy Rogers Alyssa Charles, Director of Nutrition, showed Supt. Priya Tahiliani the lunch options available free to Everett children during the first meal distribution as part of the Coronavirus school shutdown response. The meal site at Everett High is open Monday to Friday for breakfast and lunch, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.