The Commission on Presidential Debates on Tuesday unveiled the six topics that will be covered in the first debate between Republican President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden. The topics were chosen by the moderator of the Sept. 29 debate, Fox News anchor Chris Wallace.

The six topics offer a wide range of topics. They include the records of Trump and Biden, the Supreme Court, the economy, the COVID-19 pandemic, race and violence in American cities, and the integrity of the election.

Each topic will be discussed for 15 minutes.

The debate will run from 9-10:30 p.m. ET and will take place at Case Western University in Cleveland. The debate commission released the subjects in advance “in order to encourage deep discussion of the leading issues facing the country."

The recent death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has upended the race, with Trump looking at announcing her replacement on Saturday. Biden has called for the Senate to wait until after the election to vote on a replacement.

The coronavirus pandemic is also one of the most pertinent topics ahead of the election, with the U.S. death toll from the virus exceeding 200,000 on Tuesday. Coronavirus cases are currently rising in 27 states and Puerto Rico.

On Oct. 7, Vice President Mike Pence will square off against Democratic Vice Presidential nominee Kamala Harris in Salt Lake City.

On Oct. 15, Trump and Biden will meet in another debate in Miami, with one final showdown between the two presidential contenders taking place on Oct. 22 in Nashville, Tennessee.