(Lima, Peru) – Thirteen people at a nightclub in Peru after a police raid killed in a stampede during the country blocking the crown pandemic force, officials said Sunday officials. has happened in the Stampede Thomas discotheque in Lima, where about 120 people had gathered for a party on Saturday night, the Interior Ministry said. People tried the door only on the second floor nightclub to escape, will trample and enclosed in the closed space, according to authorities. After the stampede, the police had to open the door by force. Franco Asensios, one of those attending the party, told local radio RPP that the police raids began at 21:00 and that the authorities have told the participants in the Women’s Day can finish first. “People are excited and start to go, and then he said that people choked before,” he said. Police arrested 23 people. The police chief in January Orlando Velasco said no guns or tear gas during the raid were used. Night clubs were banned because of operating pandemic since March. Peru has started on June 30 in an attempt to quarantine restrictions to lift the economy to get moving again, and the daily number of viral infections reported has doubled to more than 9,000 in recent weeks. Peru has reported about 27,500 deaths from the new coronavirus.