Yes, I’ve had lengthy discussion about this verse on this site. This verse does not sum up, doctrinally, what the New Testament as a whole has said about this. When we compare this verse with like verses, baptism is excluded. But honestly, I do not interpret this verse in the same way.
"He who believes and is baptized, will be SAVED=delivered. It isn’t specific in the way salvation is meant. But non-the-less, the second half of the verse is a contrast. “he who does not believe will be condemned.”
The reverse logic about baptism was not included, indicating that the baptism itself was not treated as a condition for salvation. Otherwise it would read like this: “he who does not believe and is not baptized will be condemned.” In this case baptism is a direct condition for salvation.
I’m not sure how I got into this discussion in the first place.