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Facebook, Whatsapp and Instagram are down for many

Facebook, Whatsapp and Instagram are down for many

Facebook, Instagram and WhatApp are all experiencing outages, preventing users from accessing the apps.

And while the company acknowledged the problem, it didn't immediately provide answers about the cause or when the service might return to normal.

Facebook has acknowledged the outage and has stated it is working to resolve the problem "as soon as possible". "We're working to resolve the issue as soon as possible".

Many users said they could not send messages and after re-installing the app they could not log in. While this process won't affect your account, you temporarily won't be able to access the site.

No, you're not the only one who can not post to Facebook or Instagram.

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That said, you may be be experiencing issues relating to the loading of posts.

As for Instagram, which is owned by Facebook, the feed is showing up for some, but not others, but everyone is having trouble posting anything. According to the message, Facebook will be up and running "within a few minutes" but people are still reporting problems with the site.

The issue is impacting all of Facebook's apps.

The last time Facebook went down was November 20 - and it took Instagram with it then as well.

Some Twitter users who work in "Facebook-centric" jobs, expressed their panic and distress at being unable to use the platform.


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