Facebook is not a doctor! Users across North America report total blackout or news feed issues

Facebook is not a doctor! Thousands of users from North and South America report total blackouts or issues with desktop feeds on desktop sites and apps.

  • Facebook has gone down in North America, with issues for more than 11,000 users
  • Outage reports came in around 4pm on Wednesday and have been steadily rising since then.
  • Too many users are reporting total blackouts and can’t refresh other news feeds

If you’re experiencing total Facebook Blackout – you’re not alone.

The social media platform is experiencing a crash across North America, with major cities like Chicago and Boston in the US, Montreal in Canada, Mexico City in the south and parts of South America.

Reports of the issue began circulating on DowDector.com around 4pm ETT. Users logged in or completely accessed the platform, citing problems with the feed.

Both the app and the desktop site are experiencing glitches, with more than 11,000 users plagued by issues.

If you’re experiencing total Facebook blackout, you’re not alone. Social media platforms are experiencing turmoil throughout North and South America

Dailymail.com has reached out to Facebook for comment and has not yet received a response.

DownDector, which oversees the service of plat online platforms, showed the released reports starting at 3:40 a.m. ET with 36 complaints and quickly surpassed 11,000.

The biggest problem with catching users seems to be a blackout.

Users are shown a blank page with a wrench in the center and the caption reads: ‘This page is not currently available.’

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‘It could be a technical error that we are working to fix. Try reloading this page. ‘

Reports of the issue began circulating on DowDector.com around 4pm ETT. Users logged in or completely accessed the platform, citing problems with the feed. Both app and desktop sites are experiencing glitches, with more than 11,000 users plagued by issues.

And when one social media platform goes down, users turn to others to share their frustrations - especially Twitter. A lot of people are still working at home when the coronavirus is locked up and jokingly said that they have to do real work without Facebook.

And when one social media platform goes down, users turn to others to share their frustrations – especially Twitter. A lot of people are still working at home when the coronavirus is locked up and jokingly said that they have to do real work without Facebook.

Users are shown a blank page with a wrench in the center and the caption reads: 'This page is not currently available.' 'It could be a technical error that we are working to fix. Try reloading this page.

Users are shown a blank page with a wrench in the center and the caption reads: ‘This page is not currently available.’ ‘It could be a technical error that we are working to fix. Try reloading this page.

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Some users are blaming CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s output

However, users are repeatedly reloading without success.

While Outland is troubling North and South America, it seems to focus on specific areas.

In the US, New England, England, the Chicago area and parts of the Midwest are less.

Mexico City and Guadalajara in Mexico are also having problems with the social media site.

Both Peru and Sao Paulo in South America and North Montreal in Canada are flashing red on the down detector map.

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And when one social media platform goes down, users turn to others to share their frustrations – especially Twitter.

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Many people are still working at home while the coronavirus is locked up and jokingly said that they have to do the real work without Facebook.

Others use their account for work, they get very upset when the site goes down.

Facebook Messenger was also down from Wednesday afternoon.

DownDector.com showed reports from 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm.

Many users were unable to receive messages, connect to the server and login to the platform.

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