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No. However, newer process has via density requirement but usually it is too low a density that is a problem.
In the "past", it is a practise not to cover an area with maximum number of via as the huge number of vias will slow down the operation of the computer, make DRC/LVS run much slower and increase the disk size of the database. I think these problems do not exist anymore.