Most of current stable coins are not issued by the governments. They are issued by companies on blockchains. Most of them just peg to US dollar because it is considered world reserve currency by most of the other countries, so demand for USD is very high trough out the world.
However, there are some companies that issue stable coins pegged to other fiat currencies. Like TrustToken they issue US, Canadian, Australian and Hong Kong Dollar stable coins (TUSD, TAUD, TCAD, TKHD) as well as British (TGBP). Stasis company created digital Euro stable coin (EURS), you can get it from UniSwap. Bitcoin Suisse made stable Swiss Franc (XCHF), also on UniSwap.
Companies such as these make tokens only if there is a demand for them. If there was significant demand for other tokens, they would probably make those as well.
Many countries are in a process of trying to create their official digital tokens. Some countries made other stable coins illegal after introducing their own CBDC.
Ecuador, China and Singapore already have their digital currency versions. Ecuador, for example, made other competing crypto illegal when they issued their digital coin. Russia, Japan and Switzerland are already testing their digital currencies systems.
This is just the first 10 years of blockchain / crypto technologies and governments are usually extremely slow in adapting… well, anything really. So, it may take years (or decades) before most of the countries in a world adapt and create a systems for exchange and distribution of their digital fiat.
As for inflation safe investments… that depends on your world view. Swiss were printing money just as much as the other countries plus their currency used to be pegged to Euro until 5 years ago.
Maybe look into some research on inflation resistant assets for where to park your assets if you believe that inflation will affect your assets negatively.
Hope this helps