If you are washing your vehicle correctly and safely, then NO. Regular washing means having to do lighter washes and less pressure to remove grime and buildup.
Longer intervals between washings where dirt, grime, and contaminants take a firm hold on your paint job require more aggressive debris removal.
If you are washing your vehicle via automatic car washes then, YES!
The brushes or pads used by automatic washes are like Velcro for sand, twigs, debris from hundreds of cars. Usually, car washes do not properly maintain and calibrate their machines resulting in deep micro scratches on the cars surface, especially the hood, roof, and trunk. These are also called swirl marks.