Fox News Channel will present special live programming surrounding the 2020 vice presidential debate Wednesday in Salt Lake City between incumbent Vice President Mike Pence and Democratic vice presidential candidate Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif.

It will be the first -- and only -- meeting between the two candidates. There are several topics to look out for while watching the debate, from COVID-19 to the state of the U.S. economy.

If you're hoping to watch the debate live, here's everything you need to know.

How to watch the VP debate live

Coverage of the debate will be available across all Fox News Media platforms, including Fox News International.

What time is the VP debate?

The vice presidential debate will start at 9 p.m. ET.

Live coverage of the VP debate

There are several ways you can watch live coverage of the VP debate, including:

  • Fox News Channel: From 9-11 p.m. ET, chief political anchor Bret Baier and Martha MacCallum will co-anchor coverage live from the event. They will be joined by a team of commentators for analysis throughout the special.
  • Fox News Radio: Fox News Radio will be providing live coverage of the VP debate, with an hour-long pre-show beginning at 8 p.m. ET. Radio coverage will be led by FNR's national correspondent Jared Halpern and FNR political analyst Josh Kraushaar. It will be made available on the FNC app and heard on FNR affiliates nationwide.
  • FOXNews.com: The Fox News website will also feature live blog updates along with the latest articles on all the developments ahead of, during and after the debate.

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Who is moderating the VP debate?

Susan Page, Washington bureau chief for USA Today, will moderate Wednesday's debate.

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Where is the VP debate being held?

The debate is set to take place at the University of Utah.

What COVID-19 safety precautions are being taken?

The Commission on Presidential Debates said it will separate Pence and Harris -- who will be at least 12 feet apart -- with plexiglass.

This is just one of many precautions being taken due to COVID-19.