The two companies have partnered to create "the world's most secure digital health passport", known as Covi-pass, and according to VST Enterprises, are committed to working with governments and "major stakeholders" to deploy the technology.
CPE will ship the digital health passports to 15 countries around the world, including Italy, Portugal, France, Panama, India, the US, Canada, Sweden, Spain, South Africa, Mexico, United Arab Emirates and The Netherlands, with the goal of supplying 50 million digital health passports. The first passports will begin shipping from next week.
VST Enterprises's VCode and VPlatform technologies will be integrated into the Covi-pass to ensure it is secure.
How the coronavirus digital health passport works
The Covi-pass will work using a colour system of green, amber, red to indicate whether the individual has tested positive or negative for Covid-19 and relevant health information.