NEW JERSEY (CBSNewYork) – Another section of New Jersey’s Lake Hopatcong is now open for swimming.

The Department of Environmental Protection lifted a “no swim advisory” on Thursday in Henderson Cove.

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The cove is adjacent to Indian Harbor which was cleared for swimming last week.

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The DEP says bacteria levels in those two areas of the lake have dropped to safe levels.

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Lake Hopatcong is the state’s largest lake, and has been closed to swimming most of the summer because of a dangerous algae bloom.