Born at 21 Weeks, Youngest Surviving Premature Baby in the World Now Heading Home

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Born at 21 Weeks, Youngest Surviving Premature Baby in the World Now Heading Home

The parents of Jemarius Jachin Harbor Jr. call him their Christmas miracle. Born on Dec. 20 at Emory Hospital in Decatur, Georgia, Jemarius is believed to be the youngest premature baby to survive outside the womb, according to Live Action News. He was born at 21 weeks, zero days gestation – beating the previous record-holder by four days.

AMAZING: Youngest surviving preemie in the world, born at 21 weeks, is going home

Jemarius Jachin Harbor Jr. was born at just 21 weeks gestation in December 2019, making him the youngest surviving preemie ever. Live Action News previously covered his battle to survive, and now, in an exciting update, Jemarius has graduated from the NICU, and is going home.