SELF Intinction, where the recipient dips the species of bread into the chalice is forbidden everywhere, but the priest offering an intincted Host to a recipient is certainly permitted.
From the USCCB website:
"49. Holy Communion may be distributed by intinction in the following manner: “Each communicant, while holding a Communion-plate under the mouth, approaches the Priest who holds a vessel with the sacred particles, with a minister standing at his side and holding the chalice. The Priest takes a host, intincts it partly in the chalice and, showing it, says: ‘The Body and Blood of Christ.’ The communicant replies, ‘Amen,’ receives the Sacrament in the mouth from the Priest, and then withdraws”