Part of me wonders whether it would've made more sense for MoH to just jump on Rippl rather than trying to build a competing app since WCC and DCC were both recommending it for businesses. Or at least MoH should've given earlier instruction to prevent governmental cross-promotion of competing exposure tracing apps.
I wish the MoH app had been delivered sooner as a number of competing solutions have popped up in the interim.
Rippl shouldn't need to exist to be honest - the MoH should rightfully be running the solution, not a private business in my opinion. In a sense it's good Rippl does exist, because it filled a gap, but that gap shouldn't have needed to be filled.
Edit: I wonder if the QR codes used by the MoH app and Rippl are compatible (ie encode the same data)?