I have just checked the 'travel to Switzerland' information available for Dutch travelers.
The whole of the country is coloured Yellow, meaning that we can travel there but there are some risks.
On that site there is a link to a site from the Swiss authorities and you can fill out some questions there and get advice.
I have done it, assuming some things and it is quite clear. I do not share the results as I had to assume too much, so the results are likely wrong for you.
I had a look at the local results for Switzerland, this page in English popped up. Their conclusion is that the numbers are still much lower than last year this time but the numbers are going up.
Do not assume that the situation now has anything to do with the situation in a few weeks, as covid reports are rather unpredictable. In the Netherlands we went from 500 reported cases per day to 10000 reported cases per day in the space of a week some months ago, the numbers went down and are now up again to that same high number. Not Switzerland but it can happen in that country as well.
My personal advise would be 'do not travel all the way from Indonesia unless you have a very strong reason to come this year.'
Travel may stop between Switzerland and wherever you want to go next.
Getting stuck in Switzerland for months would not be easy. And it might be that the rules from Switzerland will stop you coming, depending on where you travel from and your nationality, depending on your travel route and methods.