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Which of the following steps occurs when the varicella-zoster virus initially infects the body? Upon initial infection, the viral DNA destroys host DNA. Upon initial infection, the viral DNA is
replicated. Upon initial infection, the host cell is destroyed. Upon initial infection, the host cell is not destroyed.
Upon initial infection, the host cell is not destroyed, this occurs when the varicella-zoster virus initially infects the body. [ - - - ]
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