The Australian with the highest profile to be diagnosed with COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus, is Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton.
Dutton is best known as the face of Australia's tough immigration policies, especially when it comes to people seeking asylum by boat.
Under his Coalition government, hundreds of refugees and asylum seekers have been held in detention camps abroad in Papua New Guinea and Nauru for years, with many becoming desperately ill.
Dutton successfully fought for the repeal of the so-called medevac law, which made it easier to transfer sick people to Australia from detention abroad for medical treatment. Many of those who arrived in Australia under the law spent months in detention on land, in detention centers or hotels declared "alternative places of detention".
Dutton also oversaw the recovery of visa cancellations and "character" refusals, which also left many people in detention centers, due to criminal offenses and other issues of character.
So when Dutton told Australia he had been diagnosed with COVID-19 on Friday afternoon, how did refugees, asylum seekers and people held in detention react? Using Facebook, BuzzFeed News asked what the reaction was.