Probably not.
I mean, in the long run, definitely no,
you should switch to ROS 2.
Does that mean that everything is working great on ROS 2? Ehhh...
I mean ROS 1 has its problems, but there's a ton of stuff, where you're like, "Wait, you mean they haven't figured out X yet?"
However, ROS 1 has a ticking clock and Open Robotics will only officially support it until 2025.
Fortunately there's the ROS O initiative to try to keep things going. So maybe ROS 1 has a future after all.