The Kansas Department of Health and Environment has lifted the public health warning for Webster Lake in Rooks County.

The lake had been put under the warning in June due to blue-green algae, but it was removed from the warning list Friday, according to a press release from KDHE.

Keith Sebelius Reservoir in Norton County was also downgraded to watch level, meaning blue-green algae has been detected. People are encouraged to avoid areas of algae accumulation and keep pets and livestock away from the water.

Lovewell Reservoir in Jewell County was added to the list of KDHE warnings for blue-green algae.