The Byzantine Catholic Metropolia of Pittsburgh has authorized it but it is far more restricted than what you will find in Latin Church, in fact it is probably in line with what Rome envisioned when it was first allowed in the Latin Church.
From: THE NORMS OF PARTICULAR LAW OF THE BYZANTINE METROPOLITAN CHURCH SURI IURIS OF PITTSBURGH, U.S.A.
Canon 709 Ã‚Â§2
Ã‚Â§l. In cases of true necessity, deacons may distribute the Divine Eucharist.
Ã‚Â§2. In the same cases, even minor clerics and members of the laity can be designated to distribute the Divine Eucharist.
1o. A parish may have one person designated for this purpose plus another for each 75 communicants at the Liturgy.
2o. The metropolitan Liturgical Commission is to prepare a program of training that includes theological and spiritual formation, the selection process for candidates and a practicum.
3o. Those persons may take communion to those who, by reason of illness, infirmity or age, cannot attend the Divine Liturgy regularly.
4o. If any priest or deacon is present at the Liturgy, in any capacity whatever, he is to make himself known to the principal celebrant and shall distribute the divine Eucharist, vested insofar as possible, and taking precedence over any minor cleric or lay person present.