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Zoom apologises after partial global outage

Firm behind video-conferencing app says it has now fixed the problem, which mainly affected users in the east coast of the US and Europe

Zoom, the video-conferencing app that has proved popular with people working from home during the coronavirus pandemic, suffered a partial failure that left thousands of people in the US, UK and across the world unable to connect to work meetings or classes.

The California-based company behind the app apologised to customers on Monday and said it was working hard to fix the problem that had left users “unable to start and join Zoom meetings and webinars”.

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