The Digital Green Cert proposal has been passed by the European Parliament.
It will allow for travel across the bloc and was voted on by MEPs yesterday with the results revealed this morning.
The cert, will be officially implemented on July 1 and is due to be introduced in Ireland on July 19.
The pass will show if a passenger has been vaccinated, tested negative for Covid, or has recovered from the virus.
It will be available as a paper or digital pass and will include a QR code to secure people's data.
The EU Gateway for the digital certs is live as of June 1 with nine member countries already using it.
All EU nationals and residents will get the cert for free.
The EU Commission said it will mobilise at least €100m under the Emergency Support Instrument for the purchase of Covid tests for European Covid certificates.
It is hoped the introduction of the cert will provide a much needed boost for the tourism sector.