In the U.S., at least in my corner of it, this is done only in a few super-conservative Catholic parishes, as well as in the "breakaway" ones that think Vatican II was a mistake and still want to practice the old Tridentine Mass instead of the post-Vatican II newer liturgy. These also tend to be very socially conservative as well, particularly in the area of allowing (or, in their case, not allowing) women to be lectors, altar servers, and pastoral ministers.
Most mainstream Catholic parishes have abandoned the head-covering as an outdated, and somewhat sexist, custom, and practice equality of women in their parishes as far as Rome will let them get away with it. ;-)
Grew up Vatican II, acquainted with people active in modern Catholic parishes, aware of the not-so-modern Catholic parishes in my city.