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Let $X$ be a compact, connected Hausdorff space with at least two points.

In $\mathrm{ZF}+\mathrm{AC}_\omega(\mathbb R)$, any countable compact Hausdorff space is metrizable, and from this it can be shown that $X$ is uncountable.

In $\mathrm{ZF}$, however, that result does not hold. Does anyone know if it's still possible to prove that it is uncountable?

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