Exactly four weeks after its first confirmed COVID-19 case, Arkansas has surpassed the 1,000-case threshold.

Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson on Wednesday announced the state had 1,023 positive cases. All but seven of the state's 75 counties have at least one case, according to the Arkansas Department of Health.

Pulaski County, which holds Little Rock, has more than twice the number of confirmed cases than any other county at 175. It's the center of a cluster of central Arkansas counties including Garland, Cleburne, Jefferson and Faulkner counties, which are near the top of the state in numbers of cases.

Other clusters are in northwest Arkansas and in Crittenden County, which sits across the Arkansas-Tennessee state line from Memphis.