This is a safe way!
This would be a very safe way, individually wrapped and consecrated host and wine, open yourself containers!
From the New York Daily News:
Churchgoers who received Communion at a Catholic church in Long Island on Christmas Day could have been infected with hepatitis A, the Nassau County Health Department warned Monday.
Department and church officials did not name the source of the virus, but said that people who attended services at 10:30 a.m. and noon at Our Lady of Lourdes Church in Massapequa Park could have been exposed during the Communion ceremony, when priests, deacons and selected parishioners distribute wafers and wine.
Mary Ellen Laurain, a spokeswoman for the Nassau County Department of Health, said that “a person involved in the Communion process has tested positive for hepatitis A.”
“We feel the transmission [level] is low,” she told Newsday, saying only a few people were possibly exposed. “And to protect the public from potential illness, those who received Holy Communion on Dec. 25 should receive prophylactic treatment.”
Hepatitis A is not as dangerous as hepatitis B and C. Most people infected with it experience flu symptoms like fever, nausea and diarrhea. It does not lead to chronic liver disease, like hepatitis B and C.
It is normally transmitted by food or drink that is handled by an infected person who has not washed his or her hands properly, or if an infected person’s stool comes in contact with food.
And while we're at it an interesting interview with Cardinal Burke on the Extraordinary Form of the Mass, the actual reform of the reformed Mass and Holy Communion kneeling: