Not sure that it does…or at least I couldn’t find it after a brief search
However, after going on to say that the Christian faithful should be instructed
“that Christ, whole and entire, and the true Sacrament, is received even under only one species, and hence that as regards the resulting fruits, those who receive under only one species are not deprived of any grace that is necessary for salvation (no. 282)
the GIRM says
“Holy Communion has a fuller form as a sign when it takes place under both kinds. For in this form the sign of the Eucharistic banquet is more clearly evident and clearer expression is given to the divine will by which the new and eternal Covenant is ratified in the Blood of the Lord, as also the connection between the Eucharistic banquet and the eschatological banquet in the Kingdom of the Father.” (no. 281)
and then cites in a footnote Eucharisticum Mysterium (Instruction on Eucharistic Worship-no. 32) which reads
Holy Communion, considered as a sign, has a more complete form when it is received under both kinds. **For under this form **(leaving intact the principles of the Council of Trent by which under either species there is received the true sacrament and Christ whole and entire), the sign of the Eucharistic banquet appears more perfectly. Moreover, it shows more clearly how the new and eternal Covenant is ratified in the Blood of the Lord, as it also expresses the relation of the Eucharistic banquet to the eschatological banquet in the Kingdom of the Father (cf. Matt. 26: 27-29).
and also Acta Apostolicae Sedis (Acts of the Apostolic See) vol 59 but my Latin is not good enough to pick it out.
all emphasis above added by me