USCIS offices have been closed since mid-March and were initially scheduled to reopen in early April. USCIS just announced that USCIS in-person services will remain closed until at least 5/4/2020.
Your case may still continue to process with USCIS. In some cases, USCIS will reuse previously obtained biometrics and apply them to currently processing cases. That would allow USCIS to approve certain types of applications, such as I-765 Application for Employment Authorization and I-131 Application for Advance Parole.
However, without biometrics, USCIS is unable to approve other types of cases such as I-485 Application for Adjustment of Status, N-400 Application for Naturalization, and I-589 Application for Asylum. Further, many of those applications (plus others) require in-person interviews, and unless USCIS establishes alternatives to in-person interviews, USCIS will not be able to approve applications for citizenship, asylum, and most applications for adjustment of status.