linux – Speedtest Ookla No Timestamp in CSV output

So when running the official speedtest client from Ookla and outputting to a CSV file, I’ve noticed the output has no timestamp field. The JSON does, but I’m not particularly savvy with jq and trying to convert the JSON output to a CSV isn’t useful.

Is there a way to take the output and pipe it to a file with a timestamp in the front?

This is the output given as a JSON

{"type":"result","timestamp":"2021-07-22T16:14:17Z","ping":{"jitter":0.035999999999999997,"latency":3.9399999999999999},"download":{"bandwidth":117078051,"bytes":884657048,"elapsed":7601},"upload":{"bandwidth":117029963,"bytes":467614102,"elapsed":4006},"packetLoss":0,"isp":"CenturyLink","interface":{"internalIp":"192.168.0.35","name":"eth0","macAddr":"E4:5F:01:2F:1D:39","isVpn":false,"externalIp":"71.214.44.165"},"server":{"id":10161,"name":"CenturyLink","location":"Orlando, FL","country":"United States","host":"orlando.speedtest.centurylink.net","port":8080,"ip":"205.171.98.14"},"result":{"id":"64657421-d008-4053-9832-2d1a9b01b649","url":"https://www.speedtest.net/result/c/64657421-d008-4053-9832-2d1a9b01b649"}}

and this is the output of the CSV (with headers)

"server name","server id","latency","jitter","packet loss","download","upload","download bytes","upload bytes","share url"
"The Villages - The Villages, FL","25753","33.338","0.302","0","117318528","112406990","1488776432","1053747984","https://www.speedtest.net/result/c/8bbb92b8-880d-4021-b5e5-c90206862d18"
"CenturyLink - Orlando, FL","10161","4.013","0.399","0","76816660","112435444","1158108878","473391675","https://www.speedtest.net/result/c/17508892-6fc7-4616-84bb-810d314c50af"
"CenturyLink - Orlando, FL","10161","3.533","0.407","0","115293486","97552291","1002647576","574510787","https://www.speedtest.net/result/c/9913a846-1fbf-4d69-a1e9-27430914d397"

All I’m trying to do is to get the added timestamp data that gets outputted by JSON into a CSV format so I can further process.