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Filesystem corruption happens during disk writes, not because of a mount flag. So no, as long as you do not manually induce writes, significantly only done during kernel upgrades, having the boot partition R/O mounted won't reduce the chance for corruption. For the root partition it is true, since it has many directories where various users have write access to and systemd units + cron jobs that do regular writes.