was responding to a situation where there was a Decision Made and the card transferred to a local office. At minimum that typically involves a counter-interview, which typically is to verify certain information (individual's identity and presence in Canada primarily) but may also including screening for PR Residency Obligation compliance as of the date of the card pick-up.
It appears you may be on a similar path but not sure unless and until you know the file/PRC has been referred/transferred to a local office for pick-up.
Local office card pick-up was suspended or otherwise has been subject to extremely long delays.
Note: The impact of Covid has totally skewered even routine timelines let alone applications involving non-routine processing. Nonetheless, since processing the routine PR card renewal application is generally complete within a day to a couple or so weeks of the day the application is opened (as indicated by AOR), for any PR card application that does not result in a Decision Made within . . . well a month or there about of the AOR date . . . it is most likely involved in non-routine processing of some sort, meaning it is rather likely there will be a lengthy delay in getting the PRC.