Mark Zuckerberg, call your office

Facebook and associated platforms owned by the tech giant were down on Monday in an apparent widespread outage.

Wide issue: Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram all experienced outages around noon. Reports for outages on Facebook peaked around 11:45 a.m., according to the site DownDetector.

Facebook tweeted that it was aware of the issue and is looking to “get things back to normal.”

“We’re aware that some people are having trouble accessing Facebook app. We’re working to get things back to normal as quickly as possible, and we apologize for any inconvenience,” the company said.

Facebook is showing users a message that the site “can’t be reached” and Instagram is displaying a “5xx Server Error.” The apps for the platforms are also down and failing to load new content.

Facebook’s platforms were still down as of 3:30 p.m., without any statement from the company as to a potential cause.

Problem expands: Around 3 p.m. users also started reporting outage issues on Twitter, according to DownDetector. Replies to users’ tweets appeared to fail to load on the platform.

The outages came in the midst of bad 24 hours for Facebook, with a former Facebook employee coming forward Sunday during a “60 Minutes” interview as the whistleblower behind reports that the company prioritized growth over safety when it came to misinformation.