Don’t panic, but Facebook just went down for almost everyone in the UK.
It’s hit those in the midlands and the south east of England particularly hard, and has even affected people in France, Germany and the Netherlands.
Here’s the latest outage map from Down Detector, which shows the site is down for users across Europe.
Although some (lucky) people are reporting still being able to access Facebook, many others are seeing this message when they try to log in.
Thankfully, however, Twitter is still up and running – which means everyone can go on there and complain about Facebook being down.
FACEBOOK IS DOWN, NOBODY PANIC!!! #facebook pic.twitter.com/kFprMak6Co
— Tim Hoggarth (@TimHoggarth) July 19, 2017
Facebook’s down.. what up Twitter?
— IOWL_Music (@ThisBrickFace) July 19, 2017
When you’re in the middle of a conversation on Facebook and then.. #facebookdown pic.twitter.com/nsXENrjgP5
— Poonam Gururajan (@poonam_guru) July 19, 2017
Facebook: Service Unavailable *goes to Twitter and sees a million people complaining about it in the last minute* ?#facebookdown
— Daniel Green (@DanGreen4114) July 19, 2017
Thats kinda special moment to the entire world #facebookdown
— Maciek Łukasik (@MrRiNo5) July 19, 2017
facebook, messenger, and instagram are all down for me, this is something
— D (@drgpjm) July 17, 2017
So the apocalypse started… #facebookdown pic.twitter.com/Yw03S6IBej
— marco salvalaggio (@MrKite1963) July 19, 2017
Wow, well that’s never happened to me before… #facebookDown #serviceUnavailable pic.twitter.com/0WBO4SLaUn
— James Nock (@JamesNockWebDev) July 19, 2017
Let the madness begin… #facebookdown pic.twitter.com/4j4t4WrSye
— Megan (@Megan16388662) July 19, 2017
Wem Interessiert das,solange Twitter und Whatsapp noch funktioniert ?? #facebookdown
— Julia-Jasmin Jokisch (@JuleJoki) July 19, 2017
#facebookdown ? Je comprends maintenant pourquoi ça file bien chez moi…
— Innocent AZILAN (@ynnonazaline) July 19, 2017
Oddio, Facebook, esiste ancora? #facebookdown
— Il Verità (@iamverita) July 19, 2017
Metro.co.uk has contacted Facebook for more information.
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