Anyone who has read my posts on the common chalice knows that I think the Church should ban it, not on theological grounds, but because it poses a health hazard, especially for those with auto immune issues.
In fact, I believe the Church could be held legally liable if a priest or parishioner could prove that one contracted a disease such as hepatitis b and c or an intestinal bacterial infection, not to mention a deadly flu virus.
Last year I personally believe I contracted a serious intestinal bacteria infection from the ablutions I drank after Holy Communion. I know a GI doctor who is also a deacon who believes he contracted an intestinal bacterial infection from the same procedure, which almost took his life.
I am not opposed to the laity receiving under both kinds, but for the laity, unlike celebrating priests, it is not required. Intinction is the safe way if it is allowed to the laity.
But perhaps individual chalices is another safe way. What do you think?